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Pål Flåta (born 8 April 1968) is a Norwegian vocalist, known from the band Midnight Choir and as a solo artist. He was married 20 July 2013, to Stine Sollie Flåta (b. Sollie 1988).
Flaata was born in Skien, Norway. He started his career in the Skien band Memphis News and has since then been involved in Paal & Pål Band including with Pål Jensen, Carsten "Kesh" Holt and Vidar Busk. In the early 1990s Flaata traveled to Oslo along with two other musicians. There, they played hillbilly music on the street and called the hashbrowns. Then the band got a record deal, and went to the US to record an album. Hashbrowns was then transformed to Midnight Choir. Flaata was in the forefront of Midnight Choir, until the band was dissolved in 2004, and was involved in the outlet of five albums plus a compilation.
He debuted as a solo artist in 2002 with In Demand and continued as a solo artist after the dissolution of Midnight Choir. They was nominated for the Spellemannprisen 2012 for the album Wait by the Fire in the class Country.
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