Jorunn Westeraas
Norwegian singer/songwriter

My songs, all the Way from Norway

Listen,  it's not complicated, neither the themes I choose, nor the words I write. But they are important to me, even if it's just a feeling, on a sunny day, or a rainy one, about beeing in love,  missing your one and only, thoughts in the morning silence,  along with the first cup of coffee of the day.

 Or just wondering about this and that and nothing much, while enjoying the eternity of the water passing by my living room window, watching the  large river I live nearby. Then, my next song could appear in the evening, or in the middle of a night when I am to awake to sleeep, smiling, dreaming,  just being silent,  while watching all the stars, wondering why some of them seems to be falling down ...

Life  lived, loved ones I have lost, love I have detected or found. There are thousands of reasons to write a song. I hope you will do me the favour of listening to me. 

I'm proud to announce,  that my recent release, «Snowflakes», appears on the international Spotify Playlist «Jazz Pop».  Love that! 

Where to find me: These are Spotify-links to some of my releases:


Magical Moments

When You Wake Up


The Words I Wrtite

(And if you live your life abroad,  and for some reason understand norwegian, or maybe you 're just curious about how my language sounds like, here is a link to my artist profile with norwegian songs as well, And if  you want to visit the home page of our Record Company, where all our releases are listed, you will find them at

I recently recorded the jazzy ballad «Snowflakes», with wonderful help from the voices of two of my local and very talented singer friends, Hege Saugstad and Monika Gellein Mathisen.   The music is all mine, but i wrote the lyrics with my husband, singer/ songwriter Stig Nilsson.  Producer, as usual, the fabulous Sverre Dæhli.

The new song, «Snowflakes», is delivered to all of you streamers and downloaders out there, like all of my songs,  all the Way from Norway. But this one is a bit special. It's happy, allthough it's snowing - you know, snowflakes may look the same, but they are all unique, as humans are. And when they are slowly falling from the sky, they make you childish and happy, to be part of such diversity and beauty. 


Enjoy. Greetings from Norway.