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Female world class vocalist

Sissel, like a select handfull of artists, has the ability to lift your soul out and beyond the everyday churning indifference. She is a vocal angel placed on earth by God, to make the rest of us aware of place beyond what we can percieve in our daily struggle. She has the same 'larger than life' appeal that Mozart and Bach can sometimes convey. It's simply too beautiful to be true. You're drifting away into a sphere of existence you didn't know existed, when you listen to her crystal clear, serene, beautiful voice. She lifts you away from everyday life, and lets you taste the kingdom of beyond that surrounds us daily. She's an absolute angel, and listening to her can can make even an atheist religious, through the beauty of her voice!

Biography

Born: Bergen, Norway

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Born in Bergen, Norway in 1969, Sissel had appeared on Norwegian television several times as a child, but came into the public eye with her stellar vocal performances at the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer. She sings in her native tongue, in addition to English and Latin, similar in style and substance as the Irish ethereal vocalist Enya. Two albums in the mid-'90s, Innerst I Sjelen and Deep Within My Soul, found a small but dedicated audience and led to a prominent place as the voice of James...
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