The band recently won their third Spellemann Award. Now they take the main stage in St. Olav Festival! The smart, funny, serious and strikingly good songs of Rasmus og Verdens beste band provide the perfect basis for a wonderful evening of family entertainment in the Archbishop’s Courtyard.
For while children think it’s hilarious when people fall down the toilet or point at daddy’s breasts and laugh, there are many hidden references for grown ups too. This two-sidedness has made Rasmus og Verdens beste band the country’s leading conveyors of children’s and family music.
This exceptionally active band gives concerts and performs for children throughout the year. Now they will perform on the very biggest stage in the festival in front of their biggest fans – and hopefull some new ones! For everything points to Rasmus and his friends becoming enduring classics – today’s Knutsen and Ludvigsen, if you like. https://youtu.be/X4YWBfiUwh0
They recently won the Spellemann Award for the best children’s album. The band also won this award in 2007 and 2010 for the albums Kyssing e hæsli and Puppan te pappa.
– It’s a wonderful acknowledgment. We’ve won a couple of Spellemenn before, but it’s great to do it again. It’s good to be able to make children’s music that is appreciated everywhere in the country. There were lots of children’s albums released last year, so this is really something, said Rohde to Adresseavisen.
The band’s texts encourage both wonder and dance and are instrumentally really fantastic. This evening you and the kids will go home with a handful of new stories and topics which are guaranteed to come up at bedtime. Such as what happens to the balloons that escape and fly off in the sky.