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Marion Raven

Marion Elise Raven is a Norwegian singer and musician. She was born on May 25, 1984 in Lørenskog, a suburb outside Oslo, Norway. She was formerly part of the duo M2M, along with Marit Larsen. After M2M broke up in September of 2002, Marion was offered a million dollar recording contract with Atlantic Records.

Raven’s first solo album Here I Am is scheduled to be released in the spring of 2005. The album is scheduled for release in Southeast Asia on June 8, 2005. A European and U.S. release will follow, most likely during early 2006. Ravn is said to have written all of th ...read more

Marion Elise Raven is a Norwegian singer and musician. She was born on May 25, 1984 in Lørenskog, a suburb outside Oslo, Norway. She was formerly part of the duo M2M, along with Marit Larsen. After M2M broke up in September of 2002, Marion was offered a million dollar recording contract with Atlantic Records.

Raven’s first solo album Here I Am is scheduled to be released in the spring of 2005. The album is scheduled for release in Southeast Asia on June 8, 2005. A European and U.S. release will follow, most likely during early 2006. Ravn is said to have written all of the albums tracks herself, except one. She also plays guitar and the piano. The first single will be “Break You”, which will be released to radio in Japan on April 25, 2005, along with the video, and commercially May 23. The track “End of Me” will also be released in Southeast Asia. Marion shot the video for “Break You” and the title track, “Here I Am” on March 28, 2005. They were shot in Los Angeles by director Brett Simon.

The solo effort displayed a more mature rock songbird that veered away from the bubblegum pop image cultivated by Atlantic Records for M2M. ‘Here I Am’ sees Marion collaborating with veteran producers Max Martin and Rami, Jimmy Harry, and collaborations with Nikki Sixx from Mötley Crüe for the song “Heads Will Roll” and rock band Everclear on the song “At The End of the Day”. The album mostly chronicles Marion’s heartbreak and finding her true identity in an ever changing pop landscape.

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LPs
Set Me Free
2007

Here I Am
2005

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EPs
Heads Will Roll
2006

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