A-ha - Stay on These Roads sheet music

A-ha is a Norwegian band from Oslo, founded in 1982 by three artists, Paul Waaktaar-Saboy, Magne Furuholmen, and Morten Harket.

Their first album was named Hunting High and Low, in 1985, album which reached number one in charts in more countries and brought them many awards.

Their genres were pop-rock mainly, alternative and soft rock. They were most active between 1982 and 1994, and after that, they had some glorious periods like for example between 1998 and 2010

A-ha released a total of ten studio albums, many compilations, and four live albums. They were a very successful team and worked together like a glove because they beautifully completed each other. Paul played the guitars, Magne was responsible with the keyboards and also guitars and Morten took over vocals.

The period in which they were the most successful was during the mid-1980s.

Stay on These Roads is a song by A-ha, released on the 14th of March, 1988. It was their first single from the album Single and it had a lot of success, reaching the charts all over the world.

Stay on These Roads was very successful in Europe, it was under the label of Warner Bros, becoming number one in Germany and many other countries. The song was also played at Oslo Spektrum in 2011, at the national memorial service dedicated to the 2011 Norway Attacks and the victims from that attack.

The free Stay on These Roads piano sheets has a length of 4 minutes and 46 seconds, in the Warner Bros UK format.

The music video was filmed in Suffolk and represents the members of the band riding their bikes and stopping at a gas station.

Looking into the free Stay on These Roads piano sheet music composition, you can find elements like guitar, keyboard, and vocals. You can easily try playing this song on your piano at home, with the help of our website.

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