Oslo Gospel Choir is a Norwegian gospel choir centred in Oslo, Norway conducted by Tore W. Aas. The choir started up in 1988 and has since then become one of the most successful in Europe with success both in Europe and America. They have released around 20 albums. They are very much influenced by the American black gospel sound and Andraé Crouch is a major source of inspiration, with his approach in taking the gospel out of the churches and into other arenas, reaching a larger audience. Crouch has sung and been involved on several of their albums. The choir has sold over 1.5 million albums.
Has also sung with:
Ingelin Reigstad Norheim and Hildegunn Garnes Reigstad of the Garness duo,
Delois Barrett Campbell of the Barrett Sisters,
Mia Gundersen and Bjarte Hjelmeland,
Maria Haukaas Storeng,
Princess Märtha Louise of Norway has sung solo with them on two Christmas albums.