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Roy Heyerdahl
May 25th 2019
Awesome!👌🏻
Mo I Rana, Norway@
Kulturhuset
Ronny
December 7th 2018
Amazing live performance!! I’ll never forget it!😊
Grünerløkka, Norway@
Rockefeller Music Hall
Ronny
September 3rd 2018
Awesome!
Lillestrom, Norway@
Nebbenfest
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About DumDum Boys

A least 2 bands use the name Dum Dum Boys:
DumDum Boys is a French rock band from Nice, but also a Norwegian rock band from Trondheim.
The latter started up in the late 1970s as a punk band under the name Wannskrækk. Wannskrækk released one of the most sought-after Norwegian punk seven inches called "Faen kuler treffer aldri riktig" in 1981, the year after the Wannskrækk 12" was released. Wannskrækk moved on and reinvented themselves with a new name and a somewhat new sound in 1985.

This shift invoked the beginning of one of the greatest success stories in Norwegian rock ever. The new name, DumDum Boys, was taken from a song on the album "The Idiot" by Iggy Pop. Their debut album, Blodig Alvor (na na na na na), is still regarded as one of the classic albums in Norwegian rock. The same is said for their following 1989 album, Splitter Pine. They are still the only band that have won "Spellemannsprisens Rock Category" (the Norwegian version of "Grammy Awards") three times in a row.

Third album Pstereo fulfilled the trilogy of award-winning LP's, including the two others mentioned above. The song "Splitter Pine" is one of the most well known rock-singles in the history of Norwegian rock. Since then, bass player Persi Iveland has been replaced by Aslak Dørum, who now is the song-writer alongside rock legend and guitarist Kjartan Kristiansen. Kristiansen is one of the most respected song-writers in Norway, especially because of his well written and important lyrics, sung by frontman Prepple Houmb. Sola Johnsen is still the drummer and has been that since the late 70's. He's released a solo-ep called "Verdens Beste Trommis" ("Worlds Greatest Drummer"), as a tribute to Led Zeppelin hero John Bonham.

After a seven year hiatus, they had a very successful tour in Norway during the summer of 2004. They went back into the studio in 2005 and released their critically acclaimed new album "Gravitasjon" in March 2006. "Gravitasjon" showed that DumDum Boys is still a band influenced by the punk rock scene. The band is now planning a giant summer tour in Norway and it is expected that all concerts will be sold-out.
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Genres:
International, Rock, Norwegian

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to DumDum Boys to play in your city
Request a Show

concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Live Photos of DumDum Boys

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Merch (ad)

Splitter Pine
$7.32
DumDum Boys
$36.99
Ludium
$14.80
Classic Rock: 1968: Blowin' Your Mind
$32.25
Up & Down With The Dum Dum Boys
$28.94
Dum Dum Boys Play All Your Favorite S...
$25.35
Electronic Pop Music Created By Dum D...
$12.00
DumDum Boys's tour

Fan Reviews

Roy Heyerdahl
May 25th 2019
Awesome!👌🏻
Mo I Rana, Norway@
Kulturhuset
Ronny
December 7th 2018
Amazing live performance!! I’ll never forget it!😊
Grünerløkka, Norway@
Rockefeller Music Hall
Ronny
September 3rd 2018
Awesome!
Lillestrom, Norway@
Nebbenfest
View More Fan Reviews

About DumDum Boys

A least 2 bands use the name Dum Dum Boys:
DumDum Boys is a French rock band from Nice, but also a Norwegian rock band from Trondheim.
The latter started up in the late 1970s as a punk band under the name Wannskrækk. Wannskrækk released one of the most sought-after Norwegian punk seven inches called "Faen kuler treffer aldri riktig" in 1981, the year after the Wannskrækk 12" was released. Wannskrækk moved on and reinvented themselves with a new name and a somewhat new sound in 1985.

This shift invoked the beginning of one of the greatest success stories in Norwegian rock ever. The new name, DumDum Boys, was taken from a song on the album "The Idiot" by Iggy Pop. Their debut album, Blodig Alvor (na na na na na), is still regarded as one of the classic albums in Norwegian rock. The same is said for their following 1989 album, Splitter Pine. They are still the only band that have won "Spellemannsprisens Rock Category" (the Norwegian version of "Grammy Awards") three times in a row.

Third album Pstereo fulfilled the trilogy of award-winning LP's, including the two others mentioned above. The song "Splitter Pine" is one of the most well known rock-singles in the history of Norwegian rock. Since then, bass player Persi Iveland has been replaced by Aslak Dørum, who now is the song-writer alongside rock legend and guitarist Kjartan Kristiansen. Kristiansen is one of the most respected song-writers in Norway, especially because of his well written and important lyrics, sung by frontman Prepple Houmb. Sola Johnsen is still the drummer and has been that since the late 70's. He's released a solo-ep called "Verdens Beste Trommis" ("Worlds Greatest Drummer"), as a tribute to Led Zeppelin hero John Bonham.

After a seven year hiatus, they had a very successful tour in Norway during the summer of 2004. They went back into the studio in 2005 and released their critically acclaimed new album "Gravitasjon" in March 2006. "Gravitasjon" showed that DumDum Boys is still a band influenced by the punk rock scene. The band is now planning a giant summer tour in Norway and it is expected that all concerts will be sold-out.
Show More
Genres:
International, Rock, Norwegian

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