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Behind the name “Arthur Stulien” you will find a nice fellow from the southern parts of Norway, a small town called Byremo. After a couple of appearances on national TV, he has now played at some of the country's biggest and coolest festivals in the country genre. In his songs you can clearly hear the influence from the American sound, and among his musical role models you will find everything from Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings, via George Strait, Alan Jackson and Brad Paisley, to new roots in country music such as Luke Combs, Midland and Jon Pardi. In 2021, he released his first solo album, produced by renowned steel guitarist, Vidar Dale. The album consists of 14 self-written songs, several of which have performed well both at home and abroad. His perhaps most famous, "Play it Again", was released as a single in 2020 and on December 30 of the same year it received the award for "European Country Single of the Year". Stulien's music has now been streamed over 1 million times on all streaming services, and is played on the radio in over 100 countries on over 8,000 radio stations.

2022 included many ups for the young artist. In February he went to Nashville for the first time with performances at, among others, Legend's Corner, The Stage On Broadway and Alan Jackson's Good Time Bar. Throughout the spring, summer and autumn he was on the "Road More Known Tour", a European tour with concerts in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, France and Lithuania. The reception of the Norwegian artist abroad has been absolutely enormous, which is shown by a sharp growth in the number of monthly listeners in the aforementioned countries in addition to the USA, Canada and Australia. The figure is approaching 30,000 overall, and the curve seems to continue in the same direction. In November he went back to Nashville, and it ended up with songwriting with several well-known songwriters, and not least a performance and interview on national TV in the USA, on the channel RFD TV, which reaches 30 million households! So there could be exciting times ahead for the Norwegian!

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