Episode 122: Muziek uit het NoordenFirst aired: Saturday, 28 May 2016 at 17.00 hours
In Muziek uit het Noorden videoclips are shown of musicians from the Northern Netherlands. Upcoming names and new songs, as well as classics will be presented. In this episode:
Anthony's Putsch – Hair (from Groningen)
Anthony's Putsch is the band of singer-songwriter Theun Supheert. Anthony's Putsch is a personal revolution of Theun. For years he has been active as a drummer, moved from the drums to in front of the microphone.
Sandra van Nieuwland – Truth (from Groningen)
Sandra van Nieuwland managed to steal many Dutch hearts with her sultry, but confident voice, when she participated in The Voice of Holland in 2012. However, that wasn't her first musical accomplishment. Seven years before that, she graduated in music sciences in Groningen, sang in several bands and took part in talentshows. The Voice brought her national fame, after that van Nieuwland scored multiple hit songs and won several prices.
The Common Linnets – We Don't Make The Wind Blow (from Overijssel)
The Common Linnets need little introduction. The country band, found by Ilse de Lange, got extremely popular due to their song 'Calm After The Storm', which made them runner-up in the Eurovision Song Contest 2014. The down-to-earth singer from Almelo proves that this band isn't a one-day-fly, by winning many awards with their music, even after the song contest.
Ellen ten Damme – Ik geloof niet… dat ik ergens spijt van heb (from Drenthe)
Ellen ten Damme grew up far from the spotlights, smoke machines and television cameras in the province of Drenthe; Roden. But the world would hear from her that was clear. She was a musical and sporting prodigy. She is an artist, who lives with full dedication for the stage, the art and the audience. In the television program The Passion she was playing the role of Maria this year.
Joost Marsman – No Surrender (from Groningen)
In 1996 leadsinger Joost Marsman established the band IsOokSchitterend, together with friends of his fraternity. Soon all of the Netherlands knew their name, when they scored a hit with their single 'Voltooid verleden tijd' (Past Perfect). In the following years, the band released successful and less successful songs. In 2009 the band put a stop to their musical activities and Joost Marsman begins with a new project; Bruce by Marsman.