Hanne Hukkelberg (born April 17, 1979) is a singer-songwriter from Kongsberg, Norway.
Hukkelberg started singing and playing instruments at the age of 3. In her youth, she was a vocalist covering genres such as jazz, rock, and free jazz, and was also a member of the influential doom metal band Funeral in high school, in which she contributed vocals on their second album, In Fields of Pestilent Grief. She earned her degree from the Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo.
Her debut album Little Things was released in Norway in 2004 with a subsequent worldwide release in June 2005 by Propeller Recordings in Norway and distributed by Sony Music in the United States. Little Things is notable for its eclectic array of instruments and its use of found sounds, such as bicycle spokes, dish brushes, wine glasses, and rain.
Rykestraße 68 was released in September 2006, for which Hukkelberg was awarded with a Open Class category Spellemannprisen, the Norwegian equivalent of a Grammy. She was also nominated as a Female Artist for a Spellemannprisen in 2009 for Blood from a Stone.