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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:

Muziek (Music)

Episode 90: Music from the North of the Netherlands

First aired: Saturday, 17 October 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:

Bert Visscher & Jan Tekstra – De Kus (from Friesland/ Groningen)
'De Kus'  is a preview of the theatre show 'Leeghwater'. Bert Visscher will play the main part in this play, a large scaled drive-in show about the pioneersghost. The play was played ten times, each show had enough space for 250 cars. Not only Bert Visscher but also Jan Tekstra has a part in the play, he's known for Soldaat van Oranje and De Drentse Bluesopera.

Website: http://www.bertvisscher.nl, http://www.jantekstra.nl
Facebook: Bert Visscher, Jan Tekstra
Twitter: @visschernieuws

Davine – Un Four Un Enfant (from Groningen)
After hearing Cent Mille Chancons by Frida Boccara, Davine was sure: she wanted to sing French Chansons. After that everything went very quick. She won the Concours de la Chanson in 2012, performed for both radio and tv and made plans to take things abroad. In October 2013 her decut album 'Davine' came out, a collection of the best Chansons. The album was received very well.

Website: http://www.davine.nl
Facebook: Davine
Twitter: @davinefanpage

Orange Skyline – Rapture (from Groningen)
Orange Skyline is a Dutch indie band formed in 2012. They draw their inspiration from 60s bands, gainsbourgian mancunian French pop music and rock and roll bravado. The band makes clever songs with a very recognizable catchy sound. The band consists of Niels van der Wielen, Mart Atema, Stefan van der Wielen and Simon Christiaanse.

Website: http://www.orange-skyline.com
Facebook: Oranje Skyline
Twitter: @Orange_Skyline

Inge van Calkar – Holding On To You (from Groningen)
Inge van Calkar is probably one of the only singer-songwriters who doesn't prefer silence in the room where she plays. The thing she loves to do most is treat her public with her energetic songs. She loves Folk, but in her own songs she mostly needs energy and Inge has an ambition to make a good and catchy pop song. On stage is her chance to tell her story. With her participation on 'de beste singer-songwriter van Nederland' she does that with a lot of public.

Website: http://www.ingevancalkar.nl
Facebook: Inge van Calkar
Twitter: @ingevancalkar

Florian Wolff – Into You (from Groningen)
Florian Wolff wants to leave the world two things: a huge catalogue filled with beautiful songs and.. nothing. Because, despite of his rather large shoe size, Flrian aims for leaving a foorprint that is as small as possible. He takes a step in the right direction with The Nature of Things, since the songs of this record will make you want to turn down the heat two degrees in winter.

Website: http://www.florianwolff.com
Facebook: Florain Wolff
Twitter: @florianwolff

Hangover Paradise – Coming Home (from Drenthe)
Hangover Paradise is a symphonic pop-rockband, inspired by the music of greats such a Genesis, Marillion, Rush and Pink Floyd. The band consists of six experienced ad versatile musicians. Each song is a self-contained musical adventure; full sounding and played with passion. Beautiful introductions; sometimes grandiose; sometimes smooth. All this combined with tuneful passionate vocals and the variety and range provided by 2 accomplished keyboard players make Hangover Paradise a symphonic rockadventure.

Website: http://www.hangoverparadise.nl[/url
Facebook: [url=https://www.facebook.com/hangoverparadise]Hangover Paradise

Twitter: @pzproject


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.