Åge Aleksandersen (born March 21, 1949, in Namsos, Norway) is a Norwegian singer, songwriter and guitarist. He is one of his country's most famous singer/songwriters and musicians.Some of his most well known songs are "Lys og Varme" (Light and Warmth), "Fire Pils og en Pizza" (Four Pilseners and a Pizza) and "Rosalita". He also wrote and performed the official song of the 1997 Nordic skiing World Championship (held in Trondheim) together with two other musicians from the region, Ulf Risnes and Bjarne Brøndbo and the Nidaros Cathedral Boys' Choir. The song was called "Snørosa" (The Snowrose). So far, Åge has sold almost 1.5 million copies of his many albums in Norway alone. He is said to be the Norwegian equivalent of Bruce Springsteen, according to an interview with Morten "Morty Black" Skaget, the bassist of his band.
Vinylplate i cover. En ytterlomme av plast beskytter coveret. På platelommen står tekstene til sangene på platen.; Bilde av Åge Aleksandersen, nært bildeutsnitt.; Innskrift:"ÅGE ALEKSANDERSEN; SOLREGN" (Primær); Innskrift:"Onsd. Klubben" (Sekundær)