Sigrid Fossan performs country music influenced by her roots in the Nowegian countryside, and her upringing on the family farm in small town Rollag. She writes meaningful lyrics inspired from her own life and her passion for women's rights.
Recording the songs “I Don’t” and “Need No Man” was the first time Sigrid sang in a professional studio, and the recordings were done in Burbank, Los Angeles. She has since played several concerts and venues like Studentsamfunnet in Ås and Kongsberg Jazzfestival. She was also Rein Alexander and Anita Skorgan’s guest singer at one of their Christmas concerts.
Her newest project (2019) was recording a local folk song called "Numedalssongen". She brought in several traditional local instruments, like the Hardanger fiddle, jaw harp, Kravik lyre and flute. Take a listen to the beautiful song that takes you more than a hundred years back in time to Norway's countryside.
The student paper Tuntreet at the university of Ås describes her this way (norwegian): «Musikken til Sigrid Elise Fossan er tilbakelent og country-aktig. Den flyter fra scenen, trygg og snill i tonefallet. Hun krever sin rett, og hennes metaforiske baller er store nok mens hun drar på med kraftig stemme på «Need No Man» og synger om å ikke la seg knekke. Hun har bein i nesa, store baller, men virker egentlig mest bare trivelig og snill og positiv.»