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The Dutch/Surinamese Ro Halfhide is a singer-songwriter from Amsterdam who sings in the tradition of singers like Roy Orbison, Ben Harper and Neil Young. He has in the meantime attracted a small but dedicated following and played at the VPRO/3voor12-stage at the Noorderslag Festival 2008. On stage he’ll be playing with a band (Luke Nyman on piano and Roely on guitar), or on his own.

Halfhide is above all well known as a producer and organisator and co-founder of the Amsterdam Songwriters Guild (ASG). Doing this, he played a huge part in the present success of the singer-songwriter within the Dutch club and festival circuit. Halfhide produced both Lucky Fonz III’s debut album as his ‘Life Is Short’ (2007). At the moment he’s working on the forthcoming albums of Jerry Spurlock, Lake Montgomery, Charles Frail and the Amsterdam indie band Chinup. He also cooperated on Claw Boys Claw’s ‘Pajama Day’ (2008).

Ro Halfhide’s debut album will be due in the spring of 2008. This album will - in Halfhide’s own words - “contain songs that were dragged out of my soul, and through my dreams hurled outside”.

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  • dulcimusic

    very nice!!! it's so refreshing to hear a singer/songwriter that doesn't have that annoying musical theater sound. keep it up and let me know if you've got anything new coming up.

    12 Feb 2008 Reply