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  1. Peter Koelewijn (born 29 December 1940 in Eindhoven, the Netherlands) is a founding father of Dutch language rock and roll. Koelewijn is also a…

  2. Born out of the Hootenanny Club and the Singebewegung (Singing Movement) Oktoberklub was a political activist's song group in the GDR (German…

  3. 1) A German R.A.C. and right wing pop-rock music band named after the 8-legged horse of Odin. They play a mixture of rock and ballads. Sleipnir was…

  4. Bram Vermeulen (13 October 1946 – 4 September 2004) was a Dutch artist born in The Hague active in both theatre and music. In fact these were…

  5. Herman van Veen (born 14/3/1945 in Utrecht) is a Dutch singer, songwriter and author. He was the creator of Alfred Jodocus Kwak, an animation…

  6. Boudewijn de Groot (born 20 May 1944, Batavia, Java, Dutch East Indies) is a Dutch singer/songwriter who has enjoyed great popularity in The…

  7. Klein Orkest (Small Orchestra) is a group from The Hague, The Netherlands, founded in 1978. The members of the band were Harrie Jekkers, Niek…

  8. Raymond van het Groenewoud (Schaerbeek, February 14, 1950) is a dutch-speaking Belgian singer-songwriter and author-composer.
    From 1972 on…

  9. The Scene is the name of at least five bands; one Dutch, one Canadian, one British, one German, and one English.

    1) A Dutch rock band from…

  10. Nits, formerly The Nits (and sometimes labeled as such today in some releases), are a Dutch art rock group, founded in 1974 in Amsterdam,…

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