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Hangover Paradise, Souldada, De Deun van Seun and San Glaser

Muziek (Music)

Episode 57: Music from the North of the Netherlands

First aired: Tuesday, 14 April 2015 at 17.40 hours

Hangover Paradise, Souldada, De Deun van Seun and San Glaser

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.


Souldada - Circus (from Friesland)

Greek Copacabana beach on the Frisian. SoulDada breaks the barriers between genres and over again creates exciting and interesting musical fusions: bossa nova on a North Sea island or Greek Laika, sang in Frisian.

For more information:

http://www.souldada.nl


Hangover Parardise – Back Home (from Drenthe)

Drenthe progrockband Hangover Paradise plays their 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


De Deun van Seun – De Hoepsasa (from Friesland)

Ever played this guy on, according to music magazine Oor, in best punk-pop band in the Netherlands, called 'Kobus gaat naar Appelscha' and the craziest ADHD duo 'Pigmeat'.

For more information:

http://www.jankobusseunnenga.nl/wordpress


San Glaser – Girls Like Me (from Groningen)

San Glaser is born in Hoogezand-Sappemeer in Groningen and at an early age her parents moved to Hamburg, Germany. San Glaser is a Jazz, Soul and Pop singer. In her songs she is always very conscious with life and know that some days can be hell. But there is always hope.

For more information:

http://sanglaser.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.