Episode 87: Music from the North of the NetherlandsFirst aired: Saturday, 26 September 2015 at 17.00 hours
In 'Muziek uit het Noorden' (Music from the North) video clips are broadcasted from artists from the North of the Netherlands. Well known and lesser known artists come along. With a weekly dose of video clips, with something for everyone! In this episode:
Jelle B – Annabella (from Friesland)
Next to a good voice and an amazing sense for entertainment Jelle B has a huge dose of enthousiasm. During his performances he knows how to speak to everyone. In 2013 he had a big hit with his single 'Mooi'. The single was 'bliksemschijf' at radio continu, 'paradeplaat' at trossterren.nl and 'superschijf' at Radio PuurNL amongst other things.
Kraantje Pappie – Mijn Nacht (from Groningen)
Alex van der Zouwen, known by his artist name Kraantje Pappie, is a dutch hiphop artist and tv presentator. He's mostly known for his unique, mostly off-beat and over the top way of rapping. The rapper has brought out 2 albums to this date. Crane and Crane 2. In 2013 he had his debut on tv as a presentator of 'The Next MC' with Geraldine Kemper.
Faeke & the Emanon Project – Out on the Streets (from Drenthe)
Fake ten Caat is from Hollandscheveld and with his band Faeke & the Emanon Project they had a big hit with their cover of Songfestivalsong 'Ik ben verliefd' (Sha-La-Lie) by Sieneke. The bands version has a high sing-along feeling to it and it was really well received. The 'AD' and 'De Telegraaf' wrote about it, multiple radio stations and the 'NOS Journaal' picked up their messages. The clip was watched over a 100.000 times in just a few days.
Lars Koehoorn – Home (from Groningen)
Lars Koehoorn is a young upcoming singer-songwriter from Winschoten. He may only be 17 years old, but he's got a lot of experience in the music business. He writes all his songs himself with just a piece of paper and his guitar. With 'Home' he was guest in Radio 538 's livestudio and he got air-play on Radio 2 and Radio 5 amongst others.
Souldada – Salsabern (from Friesland)
Souldada is guitar player Herman Woltman his band. Souldada could be read as saudade, which means loss in Portugese. That Woltman lived through Souldada is imagineable if you know that he band has lost a fantastic singer not once but twice. The band makes special songs in Papimento, English, African and Frisian.