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New album - Johnsen's Cafe (2016)

Johnsen's Cafe is released on 15th October 2016 on the Talent Musikk label. Jonhsen's Cafe is Camilla Larsen's third album, but the first with The Blue Evening Band, which came about after meeting at a jam session in November 2013. The album was arranged, recorded and produced by Terje Craig, at the Craigtones Studio on Stjordal, Norway. Terje is the bass guitarist in The Blue Evening Band. On drums and percussion we have Espen Myrvang, and on accoustic and electric guitar is Per-Anders Elvertrø. Per-Anders also assisted with the music arrangement on the album. Guest musicians on the album were Tor-Erik Tuseth (organ & piano), Roar Øien (Dobro, pedal Steel & accoutic guitars), Anbøjrn Viem (accordion) and Elen Cath Hopen (percussion).

Available on CD and digital download from Saturday 15th October.

Her guitar has been her faithful and loyal friend for more than 20 years. It’s been with her when she’s opened for Åge Aleksandersen, Lynn Anderson, Frode Alnæs and Edwina Hayes. She’s also had the privilege of performing together with Carlton Moody, Tore Andersen and Ottar “Big Hand” Johansen. “Big Hand” sang his way into her heart when she was just 10 years old. Her biggest role model is Nanci Griffith, who influences her music.

Camilla has released 2 albums. “Blue Roses From Hell” was released in 2006. “Time To Move On” was released in 2008. By recording Ottar Johansen’s “Passion and Trust”, she made the Norsktoppen that year. She made the playlist for NRK and NRK Trøndelag with her song “Silverline”. Songs from her CD “Time To Move On” have also received airplay on BBC Radio in England. Camilla has performed locally numerous times, at private parties, conferences at the Rica Hell Hotel and other concerts, and further afield including London, Leicester and Birmingham in the UK.

In January 2014, Camilla begun working with The Blue Evening Band (Terje Craig, Espen Myrvang, Per-Anders Elvertrø).


"Camilla Larsen is a down to earth singer/songwriter that I warmly recommend... she best captures the mellow tones of Nanci Griffith... it’s easy to like Camilla!" Ottar 'Big Hand' Johansen

"Camilla Larsen has a warm and beautiful voice, and performs her songs with a distinctly country sound" - Bladet

" Camilla has the ability to turn a venue in to an intimate gig, with her delivery and her beautiful, thoughtful, gentle, country tinged songs. " David Henderson, Red Shoes, UK

"A lovely, subtle voice " The Jitty

"A charming woman with the most lovely and delicate voice." Rjukan Troubadour-festival