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Muziek (Music) | Episode 53 | Music from the North of the Netherlands

Harry van Lier, Cochon Bleu, Anthony's Putch, Martijje and Wat Aans

Muziek (Music)

Episode 53: Music from the North of the Netherlands

First aired: Tuesday, 31 March 2015 at 17.40 hours

Harry van Lier, Cochon Bleu, Anthony's Putch, Martijje and Wat Aans

In Muziek uit het Noorden are music clips broadcast from artists who come from the north. Known and lesser known artists come by. Weekly with a healthy dose of video clips, something for everyone! In this episode of Muziek uit het Noorden:

Harry van Lier - Love me now (from Groningen)

It’s all about his songs. Harry van Lier writes true-to-the-grit and down-to-earth stories that he puts to equally straightforward music. After a rich career as a sideman, playing bass for notorious artists like his brother Hans van Lier and AA & The Doctors, Harry chose a more adventurous path and recorded his solo-CD ‘DiGaHoLe’.

For more information:

http://www.harryvanlier.nl

Cochon Bleu - La Danse de mardi Gras (from Groningen)

Cochon Bleu is one of the finest and most unique musical groups of Groningen.

For more information:

http://www.cochonbleu.com

Wat Aans - Haalf stront, haalf regenwotter (from Groningen)

What Aans! is a Groningen speaking hiphop group consisting of rappers FiezeRik (aka Complicated ) and Beunhaas. The Music of What Aans! is mainly based on the life that the two boys lead and the things they love to do.

For more information:

http://www.wataans.nl

Hangover Paradise - Coming Home

The Drenthe progrockband Hangover Paradise plays own work, inspired by the music of the great bands from the seventies: Genesis, Yes, Marillon and Pink Floyd. A repertoire, where the adventurous, creative and unpredictable of the decade had to be the guiding principle: Symphonic progressive rock with influences from the 'straight' rock, blues and pop music.

For more information:

http://www.hangoverparadise.nl
http://www.facebook.com/hangoverparadise

Dilana – Holiday

Inspired by such visceral singers as Janis Joplin and Tina Turner, she left school at sixteen to follow her own dreams. Dilana soon found herself with a promising music career in Holland, becoming one of the country's most coveted live acts. Recording and releasing the album Wonderfool in 2000 yielded five singles, four videos and a string of touring and festival gigs throughout the region, celebrating her natural talents as a songwriter and performer.

For more information:

http://www.dilanarocks.com


About this program:

Famous artists and upcoming talent, music is for everyone.

Music can be seen in clips from local, regional or national artists, recordings of music programs where we were ourselves or productions are made in-house. Music for young and old, something for everyone.