Bjørn Wiggo Engen (50) leaves Drolsum station.
The band themselves shared the news on their website on Tuesday.
Double bassist Rødberg, who was a member of the bluegrass band for a short time in 2011, returned in 2018, and has now played permanently in Drolsum Stasjon for nearly five years.
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We will miss him greatly
There should be no drama associated with the news, for Engen it was about the fact that the time he had, which had to be divided between work, family and music, had not run out.
– Bjørn Wiggo will be sorely missed at Drolsum Stasjon, the band writes on their website, giving him best wishes:
– He is without a doubt one of the best bass players in the whole of Norway, when all is said and done, as well as a very nice guy with a warm and good nature.
Drolsum Stasjon is now looking for a new bass player.
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Concerts are canceled
Pending the band’s full strength again, spring and summer concerts were cancelled.
– As you know, bass players don’t grow on trees, so it may take some time, but we haven’t given up yet, the message to the audience reads.
The remaining members of Drolsum Stasjon are smund Felberg Johnsen, Morten Kleven, Jørgen Tangen Bendikssen and Ole Kristian Odden.
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