This article is about the Norwegian band Vagabond (1993-96). For the English band Vagabond, see Vagabond (UK band).
Vagabond was a Norwegian melodic hard rock band fronted by guitarplayer Ronni Le Tekrø from TNT, singer Jørn Lande and keyboardist *Dag Stokke .
Their first release was the self-titled album Vagabond in 1994, followed by a second and final release, A Huge Fan Of Life in 1995.
3.1.1 Vagabond (1994),
3.1.2 A Huge Fan of Life (1995),
3.1.3 2 (Compilation, 2012),
3.2.1 Vagabond (1994),
3.2.2 Vagabond (1994),
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Vagabond was formed by ex-TNT members Ronni Le Tekrø and Morty Black in 1993, after the split of TNT. They were joined by ex-Stage Dolls member Steinar Krokstad, TNT's live keyboardist Dag Stokke, and, initially, Sons of Angels vocalist Solli, before Jørn Lande joined the lineup. Their first album, Vagabond, sold 10,000 copies in Norway, but they were dropped by label EMI. They were then signed by the Japanese Victor label. Their second album, A Huge fan of Life was released in Europe on the band's own record label. The end came with the reformation of TNT in 1996, and subsequently the band members went their separate ways.
Jørn Lande - vocals,
Ronni Le Tekrø - guitars, backing vocals,
Dag Stokke - keyboards, backing vocals,
Morty Black - bass, backing vocals,
Steinar Krokstad - drums, backing vocals