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Eberson/Zanussi/Lofthus is a Norwegian musical jazz trio. They released the album Bring it On in September 2006.
Guitar veteran Jon Eberson met Per Zanussi and Torstein Lofthus. Three well known Norwegian instrumentalists playing jazz freebag inspired by Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis. The trio has done several popular concerts in Norway. Has done one album called Bring it on.
Eberson/Zanussi/Lofthus Trio holds the sound of the 1960s and 70s, and mixes both rock and jazz.
Jon Eberson has put his mark on European jazz since the 1970s, and has helped build Norwegian jazz. He has played with:
- Radka Toneff
- Bugge Wesseltoft
- Magni Wentzel
- Jon Balke
- Paal Nilssen-Love
- Morten Halle
- Terje Gewelt
Per Zanussi is a bass player. He plays with:
- Zanussi 5 (his own quintett)
Torstein Lofthus brings the pop and rock. Known to be the most adjustable drummer in Norway as he plays with very various artists, like:
- Torun Eriksen
- Maria Mena
- Maria Solheim
- Silje Nergaard
- Beady Belle
- Eiving Aarseth
- Morten Halle
- Bertine Zetlitz
- Kurt Nilsen
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