Big Bang is a renowned Norwegian rock band, initially formed in Oslo in 1992. The group was founded by Øystein Greni, who has remained the band's consistent figure as the lead vocalist and guitarist. Over the years, Big Bang has seen several changes in its lineup, with various talented musicians contributing to its evolving sound.
The band is widely recognized for their distinct blend of classic and modern rock, characterized by Greni's powerful vocals and deeply introspective lyrics. Big Bang's music draws influences from a range of genres, including blues, folk, and country, creating a sound that is uniquely their own.
Big Bang quickly rose to prominence in the Norwegian music scene with their second album, "Electric Psalmbook," released in 1999. This album marked their breakthrough and garnered them national acclaim. Their fame solidified further with subsequent successful albums like "Clouds Rolling By" and "Poetic Terrorism."
Known for their energetic and dynamic live performances, Big Bang has built a significant following both in Norway and internationally. The band has toured extensively across the globe, bringing their music to eager audiences and cementing their place in the world of rock. Their dedication to their craft and unrelenting passion for music has made Big Bang one of Norway's most respected and enduring rock bands.