The Engineers is a Dutch rock and pop coverband based in Delft. 5 enthusiastic musicians, a singer, guitar, bass and key player and a drummer, play with a lot of enthusiasm covers of for example Golden Earring, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Kensington, Lenny Kravitz, etc. Last year they played successfully on some stages, and they would like to continue this. A performance of The Engineers is energetic, rocking and guarantees fun.
Thijs Langeveld – Vocals
Victor Fraguas – Guitar, backing vocals
Do Daalhuijzen - Bassguitar, backing vocals
Daniël Oudeman – Keys
Gerwin Rutgers - Drums
Imitating the sound of one of the most iconic rock bands of the 21st century is no simple task, however the Four Kicks do so with meticulous detail, capturing the power and the soul of the King's of Leon's music and incorporating it in to an energetic and exciting live performance.
The Four Kicks play a range of music across all Kings of Leon's albums from 'Youth and Young Manhood' all the way through to the bands latest release 'WALLS' and have established themselves as the most entertaining Kings of Leon tribute act in the UK.
The classic rock cover band The Frozen Five is one of a kind. You can describe the group as a nostalgic, no-nonsense eighties and nineties rockband with a unique flavor.
You can tell by the repertoire of the band. Songs by bands like Metallica, Bon Jovi and Kings of Leon are well represented on the set. The gentlemen who make up The Frozen Five are of different ages, which makes their take on music quite diverse and surprising. However, they all have one common goal: to bring the crowd to new heights and just be as entertaining as they possibly can. The Frozen Five (named after the walk-in fridge they used as their rehearsal space) has grown in a short period of time to a proper classic rock cover band.
Dirty-sweet drunken guitar pop anthems, chaotic gigs, big barnets, bigger ambitions.
The GRiT is known for their infectuous rock. Their repertoire is very varied: from small and emotional songs to groovy stadium rock. Michel van der Krabben is the creative mind behind the lyrics and the melodies, which are developed further by the rest of the band members into their very own ‘GRiT-style’: melodically structured songs with explosive choruses.
When they play live, you get what you expect. The high-energy gigs are in your face and show The GRiT’s unparallelled convidence. After the success of their third album Lucky 13, and the addition of guitarist Yana Suryana, the band has been working on new tracks and has been touring all across The Netherlands. Recently, the group has played gigs with rock pianist Rich Wyman. They not only played as a support act, but as backing band as well. The collaboration was a great match. So much so, that The GRiT will be joining Wyman on his 2016 tour. In February of this year, the guys will be recording their new single, apart from playing gigs ‘till they drop.
Goodtimerocknrollspokensoulboogieforyourbrainsfunkedupfreedompartyprotestmusic, Alright! The Irrational Library (band) - a full frontal force of spoken word poetry and hip shaking, bootie quaking, bad ass musical bump to your cerebral lump. Fighting the good fight and having a great time doing it. Lifting you up as we all get down.
Featuring Haarlemtown's Stad Dominee Tom de Haan on baritone sax and guitar, multitalent musical wizard Mishal Zeera on bass, percussion prodigy Lars van der Weiden on drums and the spoken word wisdom of Joshua Baumgarten. The Irrational Library, where the MC5 and Gil Scott-Heron come together and take it back to the streets, so come on out and join the block party.
The Jars cover a century of experience on stage. The chemistry between these songwriters is special and fascinating. The sound of drums, guitars, bass and vocals is carefully selected to maximize the songs.