Oh, and you can also eat at tap&dine upstairs
Theo ‘Mosquito’ Tahitu, Albert ‘Buddy’ Lafontaine and Gregorio ‘Gregosaurus Rex’ Rangel will take you on a trip around the world. They incorporate their ‘Tex-Mex’ flavour in an eclectic mix of musical styles from all around the world. And tonight, you can join them on stage!
For this journey you don’t need a ticket to ride, just a whole lotta imagination. Whether Theo, Buddy and Greg take you to Jamaica, Cuba or California, they guarantee party pleasure. With a different guest musician at each gig, you can rest assured that their show will be fresh, original and packed with smiles all over. Enjoy the positive vibes and step on board of the Mosquito Train!
Jesse Koch is no stranger to Amsterdam’s music scene. His first Waterhole-shows are many years back, back when his father had to come along as he was legally not allowed to enter a bar yet, given his age. In the years that followed he built himself a name with coverproject ‘Jesse en de Muffins’, amongst other bands.
By now, Jesse graduated his guitar-studies at the Herman Brood Academie in Utrecht, and currently he is continuing his development even further at the Amsterdam Conservatory.
De muffins have been replaced by ‘Love on the Rocks’, a band in wich the multi-instrumentalist calls in the help of his –just as talented- girlfriend Marleen Hoebe.
Besides these rockcovershows, Jesse is actively working on orginals with ‘The Silverfaces’ and ‘Hound’ (amongst others).
On Jesse’s Rock n’ Roll Jam Night, everybode is more than welcome to sing or play their instrument. They jam in a free style, or guided by covers by timeless classics like Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, The Doors, Prince, Santana and many more.
The alternating line-ups of the house-band are always built out of talented musicians from the Amsterdam music scene, and fellow students at the conservatory also know how to find their way to The Waterhole. Come an join, or enjoy the night with high-quality, but spontaneous music!
Urban Soul Band is a fresh, contemporary band that operates at the cutting edge of (new) soul, funk, jazz, pop and r&b. The band has a passion for the groove and that is reflected in the carefully-made own compositions. USB also plays gems of covers by lesser known artists such as Sharon Jones, Bernhoft, Tristan and all Stone and there is room for own edits of tracks by better-known artists such as Selah Sue, Beyonce and Michael Jackson. In short: music that touches the soul, you'll move and you leave with a smile on your face.
The RD Factor will bring you a repertoire with funk, pop, r&b and soul. Expect Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and Prince but also modern hits by Bruno Mars, Usher and Beyoncé.
Overinflated is a Dutch coverband with it’s own pop/ska/punk style. The bandmembers, experiencerd from previous projects, do now what they do best: taking the greatest songs from back then, and add the special dancefloor-inspiring Overinflated-sauce.
Also more recent hits will take a dive in the extreme euphoric Overinflated-dip, A screaming organ and perfect hvocal harmonies complete the night.
Krack is an Amsterdam based coverband, which consists of Ivar Jepma (vocals), Elmar Krack (guitar and vocals), Jan Rube (guitar), Tim van Drunen (bass) and Silvan Boer (drums).
They play rock and up-tempo indiepop. Krack was founded in 2000. Before that time, Silvan and Ivar were part of the same college band, and played a lot of show in and around Amsterdam. When the group split up in 2004, they kept in touch, which resulted in a comeback in 2005. Krack is now not only a band, but a group of friends as well.
Common Royals is a pop/rock band that focuses on catchy rock covers. Think of bands such as The Foo Fighters, Wolfmother and AC/DC, but also covers of Melissa Etheridge and Skunk Anansie are not shunned. In short Common Royals stands for an evening of rock with passion!
Common Royals started as a collaboration between Peter kattenburg and Paul Franks. Quickly it became clear that this cooperation had a future. This resulted in a search for good musicians to give the band the quality it deserves. With Marieke van Zwieten has Common Royals attracted a hell of a singer. Nowadays the rhythm section is in the hands of Martijn van Eeden and Paul Franks. To give more body to the sound a second guitarist was attracted: Joost Hofstede. And the band has found its present form.
The Local Boyzz only play the hits from the sixties until now. Pop, rock, dance, Dutch classics and evergreens, anything goes!
The Local Boyzz is a professional cover band consisting of six experienced musicians who know how to throw a party. Bon Jovi, Whitesnake, The Scorpions and Alice Cooper, but also The Backstreet Boys, Kim Wylde and Shania Twain, it’s all on the setlist. They won’t stop until everyone is part of the party. Dressed in eighties glamrock style, they take the stage and own it. The Local Boyzz take you into their world of sex, drugs, glamour and rock ‘n roll.
Chris & Friends is an acoustic duo that is never the same. Leadsinger Christian brings a musician to every gig, and together they perform known and less known songs. One thing is always the centre point of focus: the audience! From powerfull ballads to swinging up-tempo songs that will make your feet dance!
This Irish-Dutch trio brings a tribute to the many great artists from Irish pop history. And there are more than a few!
For instance: Rory Gallagher, Thin Lizzy, Gary Moore, Brush Shiels, just to name a few. The guys of Sweet Mary Jane all contribute to the vocal mix, which makes their show a surprisingly dynamic experience. What’s more, frontman Mark Condren is a very talented singer-songwriter. Condren (bass), Niels Huft (drums) and Fred van Willigen (guitar) are accomplished musicians, who have been playing on Dutch stages of all sizes and shapes for many years. The guys are all about diversity. How they would describe their genre: ‘all you can eat’.