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Inger Lise Rypdal (born 14 December 1949 in Lena, Norway) is a Norwegian singer and actress in many different genres: pop, rock, theater, film, and musical.
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Inger Lise Rypdal (originally Inger Lise Andersen) has been an artist since 1968. She has made 16 albums in Norway and some in Sweden, acted in several theatre performances, nine movies and attended the Norwegian heats of the Eurovision Song Contest, the Melodi Grand Prix 11 times. Together with Øystein Wiik she has done several musical concerts all around Norway.
She started with soul-music together with Geir Wentzel, and she has often returned to soul, for instance in the band Chipahua with some of the best Norwegian artists. In `La Mome Piaf` audience experienced Inger Lise Rypdal acting parts of Edith Piaf's life. All the well known songs were tied together with short stories from Piaf's life.