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Gryting, far og to sønner

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Håvard Gryting, together with his sons Endre and Adam, has discovered a unique musical expression that seamlessly spans from 50s soul to fresh urban pop and hip-hop from Drammen. Individually, they have gained nationwide recognition and demand after acclaimed performances on shows like "Beat for Beat," "Allsang på Grensen," "Håp i en Gryte," "God morgen Norge," and reaching the finals of "Norske talenter" (Norway's Got Talent) and "The Voice," as well as having their songs featured as the track of the week on P3. Each of them represents different genres and possesses their own unique style, allowing the entire family to enjoy their concerts together, across generations.


A little more about their careers so far:


At the age of 25, Endre made it to the semifinals of "The Voice" on TV 2 in 2019, where mentor Yosef declared him as one of the best rappers in the country. The songs from the show have been streamed over 800,000 times on Spotify alone. This fall, he released his first EP, which was just the beginning of a series of great tracks from Norway's new rap prodigy.


At the age of 16, Adam became a fan favorite when he reached the finals of "Norske Talenter" in 2019. The judges believed that Norway had discovered a new star and compared him to both Michael Jackson and Bruno Mars. Adam's rendition of Unge Ferrari's "Vi kan'ke være venner" (We Can't Be Friends) has been viewed over half a million times on Currently, he is working in the studio on several new singles.


Håvard, the father who has reached the age of 48, is an experienced vocalist and chorister who has participated in the Melodi Grand Prix and Eurovision Song Contest multiple times. Håvard has been on the road extensively with artists like Åge Sten Nilsen, Ravi, Sissel Kyrkjebø, and KORK (The Norwegian Radio Orchestra). He is a permanent member of the vocal group Mamas Garden and currently serves as a vocal coach for "The Voice" on TV 2.

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