TORA DAA (NO)
TORA DAA (NO)
– Norway’s new guitar heroine –
TORA DAA is a Norwegian Grammy-nominated blues-inspired pop/rock band fronted by guitar heroine Tora Dahle Aagård, who is subject to worldwide praise and popularity due to her playful virtuosity and mesmerising stage presence. She is followed by 150K guitar aficionados from all over the world on Instagram. The band is acclaimed for their raw and captivating live shows.
…Norwegian guitarist Tora Dahle Aagård has become one of the most revered new players in Europe.” – guitar.com
TORA DAA’s third album “Seventeen” was released in 2022 and features timeless and catchy tunes. Guitar legend Cory Wong features on the track “This is it“. Their previous album “Girls” received a Norwegian Grammy nomination and featured appearances from Joey Landreth and drummer Aaron Sterling (John Mayer).
Tora will become Norway’s biggest guitar export of her generation. – Amund Maarud
Tora Dahle Aagård has had an hitherto eventful career: The talented guitarist has performed in London’s Royal Albert Hall, played with legends such as Paul Gilbert (Mr Big) and Jennifer Batten (Michael Jackson), as well as Aaron Sterling (John Mayer). She has even shared the main stage of the world’s biggest vitrual guitar festival Guitar.com LIVE with renowned names such as Joe Bonamassa, Carlos Santana, St Vincent and John McLaughlin.
Tora Dahle Aagård is International Ambassador for Marceau Guitars with her very own limited edition signature guitar models designed for her.
The band TORA DAA consists of Tora Dahle Aagård (guitar and lead vocals), Isak Seltveit (bass guitar), Guri Tranås (keys/backing vocals), Anders Brønstad (guitar) and Magnus Galguften (drums). The songs are written by Tora, some in collaboration with Andreas Dahle Aagård.
«Killer axe woman, fab voice and oodles of stage presence […] If UK festival promoters do not grab this lady and her band for spring and summer dates very soon, call the cops as a crime will have been committed!»
Music Republic Magazine
«Tora’s set was a real eye opener […] an excellent guitarist, playing some blinding riffs and fingerpicking her way through some delicate solos. Backed up by her excellent band, it was a top night of high energy. Tora had the audience in the palm of her hand with a mixture of humour and raw talent […] if you get the chance to see her somewhere else I really encourage you to do so. You won’t regret it.”
Graham Hutton Photography