Eirikur joined Kerrs Pink in 2012 as the bands vocalist. He has cowritten the lyrics for Mystic Spirit together with Harald Lytomt.
Eirikur has participated in a number of bands from Iceland and Norway, including Artch, Just For Fun, Aunt Mary and he is also a member of the band Magic Pie .
He has toured with greats such as Ken Hensley (Uriah Heep), Jorn Lande, Brian Robertson (Thin Lizzy), Ronnie Le Tekrø (TNT), John Lawton, Lee Kerslake and Paul Newton (all Uriah Heep).
Harald has been playing guitars in Kerrs Pink since 1975, and is the band’s longest enduring member. He has written many of the songs Kerrs Pink has recorded, including all songs on Mystic Spirit and The Art of Complex Simplicity.
Harald is inspired by the old school of guitar players – Andy Powell (Wishbone Ash), Andy Latimer (Camel) and David Gilmour (Pink Floyd).
Harald plays Hamer guitars and uses Fractal Design guitar processors.
Glenn joined Kerrs Pink in 2008. Glenn has a great musical ear. He started to play piano and diatonic button accordion at the age of 8. Played piano in various bands since he was 12 years old. He is also featured on 2 albums with Jack Stillwater (including songs featured in the Norwegian motion picture called “Kings Bay”. Glenn loved Creedence Clearwater Revival and The Beatles. Yes is his favourite progressive rock band.
Glenn plays Korg Kronos keyboards, Hammond C3 organ and various accordions.
Magne joined Kerrs Pink in 2004. Magne is a multi-instrumentalist, and likes to play many styles of music. He started playing instruments when he was 6 years old. He finds great joy in playing drums in progressive rock bands, where he can challenge his rhythmic skills and playing in odd time signatures. Besides drums Magne can play guitar, keyboard and bass, as well as singing.
Magne finds his biggest musical inspirations from bands/artists like Gino Vannelli, Spock’s Beard, The Beatles, Dream Theater, The Corrs, Eagles, Toto and Diana Krall, just to mention a few.
Magne plays Tama/Star drums, and mainly Sabian, Paiste and Diril cymbals.
Per joined Kerrs Pink in 2008. His unique bass sound has since spiced up the sound of Kerrs Pink. Per has played bass since 1968. As a young boy he also played drums and percussion for several years. Per also plays bass in the Norwegian prog band Déjà-Vu.
Per is mainly inspired by bands like Yes, Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin.
In Kerrs Pink Per plays Rickenbacker bass, Fender Precision Fretless, MiniMoog, Moog Taurus synthesizers, and uses Ampeg bassamps and preamps.
Lasse joined Kerrs Pink in 1998. He has an unique talent with chords and progressions, and have a great gift of splitting his hands into playing two seperate parts.
He listens to Yes, Genesis, Renaissance, Kansas, Happy the man, Pink Floyd, The Flower Kings, Italian Prog, Abba, 10cc, Supertramp, Joni Mitchell, Deep Purple, Steely Dan, Return to Forever, Grieg, Ravel and Rakhmaninov.
Lasse plays Korg Kronos keyboards.
Hans Jørgen Kvisler
Hans Jørgen is the youngest member of Kerrs Pink. He joined Kerrs Pink in 2012. He has an incredible technical skill. Just tell him what to play, and he will play it. He also composes some really interesting solos.
Hans Jørgen started playing guitar when he got his first guitar at the age of 16. He listens to heavy metal and progressive rock. The favorites as of now are Wintersun, Jarle H. Olsen and Magic Pie.
Hans Jørgen plays the fast notes in Kerrs Pink, so whenever you hear fast playing, theres a good chance you are hearing Hans Jørgen.
Hans Jørgen mainly plays Ibanez guitars and uses Fractal Audio guitarprocessors.