|Instruments Vocals, guitar|
Albums Based on a true story
|Name Atle Pettersen|
Years active 2005 – present
|Born September 5, 1989 (age 26)
Skien, Norway (1989-09-05) |
Genres Progressive metal, Rock
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, record producer, musician
Associated acts The Scheen, Above Symmetry
Similar People Ivar Dyrhaug, Hans Bollandsas, Haddy N'jie, Atle Antonsen
Let s dance norway the winner 12 11 2011 atle pettersen the pirates of the caribbean
Atle Pettersen (born September 5, 1989 in Skien) is a Norwegian singer and songwriter from Skien and lead singer of the band The Scheen.
- Let s dance norway the winner 12 11 2011 atle pettersen the pirates of the caribbean
- N rje henriette stenstrup duo med atle pettersen tv2
- In X Factor
- After X Factor
- With Above Symmetry
N rje henriette stenstrup duo med atle pettersen tv2
Pettersen took part, at 14, in the 2003 edition of Melodi Grand Prix Junior with the song "Hekta på brett" that he had written himself. The song was performed with Stine. In 2006, he participated in Kjempesjansen on NRK.
In X Factor
In autumn 2010 Atle Pettersen participated in the Norwegian version of the The X Factor on TV 2 Pettersen auditioned with a song written by himself and other members of Above Symmetry called "Traces Inside". Reaching the live shows, Pettersen was mentored by Marion Ravn. Atle Pettersen finished runner-up behind winner Hans Bollandsås.
After X Factor
On December 4, 2010, he appeared at the TV 2 Artist Gala performing "Lean on Me" with Annsofi Pettersen and Mohamed Abdi Farah and in Spring 2011, he appeared as guest artist for the symphonic power metal band Kamelot Pettersen was the lead singer of the progressive metal Above Symmetry together with Robin Ognedal (guitars), Joachim Strøm Ekelund (drums), Nickolas Main Henriksen (keyboards) and Rein Blomquist (bass). They were originally called 'Aspera', but were threatened with legal action by another band with the same name, forcing the change to Above Symmetry in 2010. They were signed to InsideOut Records and released a record called Ripples in April 2011. The band disbanded a year later. Together with Ognedal, Henriksen and Blomquist he formed the hard-rock band The Scheen in 2013, recruiting Tobias Ørnes Andersen on drums.
In autumn 2011, he took part in TV 2's reality show Skal vi danse (Dancing with the Stars franchise), partnering with Marianne Sandaker. winning the competition after beating Kari Traa in the final. He also featured in advertisements for the Italian fashion label Police.