Torben Enevoldsen began playing guitar in the early 1980s, influenced by such all-time greats as Tony Iommi, Ritchie Blackmore, and Edward Van Halen. But it wasn't until 1990 when he got serious, realising that practice makes perfect. More influenced by Yngwie Malmsteen and other contemporary "shredders," Torben took on the task of practising every single day. Working on his picking and improvisational skills, he found that playing became easier and more fun in the process. Performing with various bands in Denmark gave Torben the necessary experience of working with other people as well as the essential feel of playing live.
Meanwhile, experimentation at home with a 4-track tape recorder, a drum machine and a bass gave birth to Torben's unique compositional style. Hard rock instrumentals came to him almost effortlessly, and, already a big fan of this musical style, his passion grew even stronger. Torben played the first completed tracks for his very close friend, Torben Lysholm, a studio engineer. Lysholm was very excited by what he heard and invited Torben to come to the studio to record a few tracks, which resulted in the release of the demo CD called, "Just In Case."
In July 1997, Torben went back to the studio to record another nine tracks, two of which included vocals. He was joined in Denmark's "Hot Sound Recording Studio" by Carsten Neumann and Christian Rajkai on bass, Kenny Lübcke on vocals and Torben Lysholm, who did the engineering, programming and backing vocals.
Torben signed an agreement with Unigreen International in Holland who released "Guitarisma" on their ROXON label in December 1998. The album was very well received, getting great reviews in various magazines around the world.
In May 2000, Torben returned to the studio to record his second album. Assisted by Flemming Hansen on bass and Mickey Hurricane on drums, the final production comprises ten hard rock/heavy/progressive instrumentals exclusively. The album was recorded and mixed in ”Aabenraa Studiet” in Denmark by Jacob Hansen and produced by Torben Enevoldsen. Soon after, a deal was signed with the Finnish label LION MUSIC who released "Heavy Persuasion" in October 2000. The album received very good reviews from media worldwide.
In the beginning of 2001, Torben needed a change of pace and now wanted to write an all vocal album. The band project were to be called SECTION A. Apart from Enevoldsen, the band would feature Andy Engberg (Lion’s Share) on vocals and Andreas Lill (Vanden Plas) on drums.
Section A’s debut album entitled “The Seventh Sign” was released June 2004 and featured guest performances by Derek Sherinian (Planet X, Dream Theater) and Günter Werno (Vanden Plas, Angra). The album - released by Lion Music and in Japan by Marquee/Avalon - received a lot of amazing reviews