Episode 74: Music from the North of the NetherlandsFirst aired: Tuesday, 30 June 2015 at 17.20 hours
Michael, Arie Kuipers, Johannes Rypma, Miss Montreal & Nielson, Orkest Butterfly and Florian Wolff.
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:
Michael – Proat toch Grunnegs met mie (from Groningen)
What Aans! presents' Proat Grunnegs met mie' with Michael.
The song is a remix / cover of Kenny B's hit 'Parijs', perhaps better known as 'Praat Nederlands met me'. After many requests of people from Groningen, What Aans made a parody of the song.
Arie Kuipers – Mem wit it net (from Friesland)
This is the first solo single by Arie Kuipers. And then the same but in Frisian. The song is not about a new topic, but it is up to date.
Johannes Rypma – My Heart Don't Wanna Let Go (from Friesland)
He gained national prominence through his participation in the third season of the TV show The Voice of Holland. His debut single Play Me appeared in February 2013 simultaneously in two versions: an English version and a Frisian version, entitled to libben Y'ne Rock n Roll written by Syb van der Ploeg.
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Miss Montreal & Nielson – Hoe (from Overijssel)
Miss Montreal, the band led by Sanne Hans. Sanne is singer-songwriter and became known at 'De Wereld Draait Door'. Now she takes an other step as a juror. She has been seen in the Beste Singer Songwiter and next season she will be a juror in the Voice of Holland.
Orkest Butterfly – As De Simmer Komt (from Friesland)
The orchestra has been a tradition in the northern Netherlands over 15 years. They are playing a mix of all kinds of music.
Florian Wolff – So Far So Good (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, Florian aims for leaving a footprint that is as small as possible. He takes a step in the right direction with The Nature of Things, since the songs on this record will make you want turn down the heat two degrees come winter.