Amber Delil


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Singer and presenter Amber Delil has been in the Dutch girl band TP4Y and is known for various guest roles in well-known YouTube series. From now on Amber is part of the SLAM! FM team. Since March 23 she presents Statements there, together with Bram Krikke.



Avedon


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Vincent van den Ende aka Avedon made his mark as a producer right from the start of his career by remixing ‘Hollow’, the lead single of the re-release debut album of America’s hit sensation Tori Kelly.

He quickly followed up with releases on Protocol Recordings and Reveleaed Recordings;  Open My Eyes with Ale Q & Jonathan Mendelsohn (Tom Swoon Edit) and Hold On with Volt & State & Sam Void.

Vincent is constantly in the process of creating new tracks and can’t wait to share all his new music!

Vincent adds, “I just landed in a really lucky position where I’m able to bring together all the things that interest me. Everything that happened to me along this amazing musical journey has exceeded my expectations, and I’m very happy to be where I am today.’’



Britt Scholte


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Britt Scholte appeared in the popular children’s series ‘Brugklas’ on NPO3, and is a role model for children between the ages of 8 and 14.  She played one of the main roles in ‘Brugklas’ as well as roles in various information films and in a Dutch series called ‘Spangas’. In 2013, Britt took part in the 'World Championships of Performing Arts' in Hollywood. She has won five awards for acting and modelling, and a $ 10,000 scholarship for 'The New York Conservatory of Dramatic Arts'.

Britt Scholte was born in Heiloo on February 26 1997. As a little girl she often performed on stage at school shows. When Britt was six years old she took a  street dance class, and it was then that she knew her dream was to perform on stage. When she was eight she took theatre classes. Between the ages of 9 and 11 she joined the theatre association Oberon in Alkmaar. At the age of 10 she joined the youth theatre and stayed there for 5 years. Britt still loves amateur theater, and is always keen to continue to learn her trade . She is in her third year at Theaterbende Heiloo.

Over the years, Britt has appeared in various roles and takes every opportunity to see how things work on the set. In 2010 she had a lucky break, and was a stand-in for leading actress Hanna Obbeek in the film 'Briefgeheim'. In this film, she learnt so much about acting and she decided to audition for a student film, 'Wie niet weg is, is gezien’ by Igrayne Hormann and got the lead role.

2012 went by very fast, and she did some modelling for Livera and Bart Smit. She also appeared in the television series Dokters as Quinty, and in SpangaS as the character Trijntje. She took part in many student films with different but important topics, and a promotional film for a high school 'Jac. P. Thijsse College '

In 2013, she played a role in an information film about binge drinking. Britt also took part in the 'World Championships of Performing Arts' in Hollywood. And in 2013 Britt started in the first year of Faaam, (Film Actors Academy Amsterdam) to study actor training at this famous media college.

In 2014 she had a part in an information film about sexting & grooming for the youth care and police department at Amsterdam council called 'Nienke'. She appeared with actors such as Peter Post, Jildou Street, Herman Egberts and Ruud van Andel. She had a role in an information film about SOA Aids under the direction of Hugo Metsers and a commercial for M & L driving school. In 2014, the first two seasons of BRUGKLAS came out with Britt playing the main character Anouk. This was Britt's big TV debut. This was followed by a lot of interest and opportunities for her.

As well as acting, Britt enjoys performing many different dance styles such as street dance, theatre dance, rock & roll, hip hop, basic tap dance and modern.



Brooke Evers


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Brooke Evers is one of the hottest Australian DJ exports to venture across the shores into Asia, Europe and the Americas. In her home country Australia, she hosts her very own weekly radio show on the nation’s largest network. With two singles coming out in 2017 and official remixes for Bibi Bourelly, Bishopp Briggs and Citizen Four, Brooke Evers is fast becoming the full package. DJ, Producer, TV Personality, Brand Ambassador and of the hottest international cover models Australia has witnessed.

Shortly after relocating to the U.S., Brooke signed to the famed SKAM artists and became an instant headliner in many clubs across America. She became an overnight fixture in the North American party capital of Las Vegas by regularly playing alongside Lil Jon at Surrender Nightclub. On the decks, Brooke has created an unique mixed-format sound that knows no boundaries within the electronic genres. Simply put, she is the ‘Ultimate Party DJ’ and Las Vegas agrees.



Candy Dulfer


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Performing since age seven, bandleader of Funky Stuff since age fourteen, international recording artist since age nineteen, touring the world since age twenty.Has recorded and / or performed with artists like Prince, Dave Stewart (Eurythmics), Van Morrison, Maceo Parker, Sheila E., Mavis Staples, Lionel Richie, Beyoncé, Pink Floyd, Chaka Khan, David Sanborn, Larry Graham, Marcus Miller, Aretha Franklin, Jimmy Cliff, George Duke, Blondie, Jools Holland, Jamie Cullum, Angie Stone, Tower of Power, The Time, Alan Parsons, Fred Wesley, Pee Wee Ellis, Joey DiFrancesco, Jonathan Butler, and many others.

‘Lily was here’ - her first collaboration with former Eurythmics Dave Stewart, in 1989 - was a Number 1 hit all over Europe, in 1999 they worked together on the soundtrack of the Robert Altman motion picture ‘Cookie’s Fortune’, and in 2002 they toured Europe with his project Da Univerzal Playaz, featuring reggae legend Jimmy Cliff.

Candy Dulfer’s 1990 solo debut album ‘Saxuality’, recorded at the age of nineteen, sold over a million copies worldwide and was nominated for a Grammy Award. Her fourth album ‘For the love of you’ (1997) was a major hit in the USA and remained in the Billboard charts for over forty weeks. Her sales for her solo albums are now well over two and a half million CD’s worldwide.

With Prince she appeared in the ‘Partyman’ video, was featured on the ‘Graffiti Bridge’ soundtrack and performed with him on a special anniversary edition of ‘Saturday Night Live’. In 1998 and 2002 she toured with him again and appeared on his 3-CD live box set ‘One Nite Alone... Live!’ as well as his internet-only released album ‘Xpectation’.

In 2004 Candy Dulfer joined Prince for the massive Musicology Tour, playing over ninety shows in sell-out arenas across the USA to over 1.5 million excited fans. Prior to the Musicology Tour she performed with Prince and Beyoncé at the prestigious Grammy Awards and also performed with Prince at Jay Leno’s ‘Tonight Show’. She also featured prominently - with sax and vocals - on Prince’s hit album ‘Musicology’, including the smashing duet ‘Life of the party’.

TV appearances include Jay Leno’s ‘Tonight Show’, ‘Good Morning America’, CNN’s ‘Showbiz Today’, ‘Saturday Night Live’, The Sinbad Show, and a recurring spot on The Arsenio Hall Show. All the major television shows in Japan. Her European TV shows include ‘Ohne Filter’, The Harald Schmidt Show, ‘Rockpalast’ and Pepe Linhardt.

Candy Dulfer has been touring the world with her own band Funky Stuff since the early nineties. From the Roxy in L.A. and the illustrious Bottom Line in New York to the Blue Note clubs in Japan and the legendary Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. She toured in Canada, USA, Asia, Scandinavia and the Baltic States, as well as performing in San Remo and Perugia, Italy, the Gurten Festival in Bern, Switzerland, the Nice Jazz and Vienne Festival in France, Couleur Locale in Brussels and of course the famous North Sea Jazz Festival in The Hague where Candy Dulfer sold out their biggest venue for over thirteen years.

In 2003 Candy Dulfer’s song ‘Finsbury Park, Café 67’ (from her solo album ‘Right in my Soul’) became a major smash at all the smooth jazz stations across the USA and in October the song reached the Number 1 position on the R&R Smooth Jazz chart - making it the most played smooth jazz song in the USA.

Her second live album ‘Live at Montreux’ was released in 2005 on DVD and CD as part of the prestigious selection of releases by Eagle Vision from the archives of the legendary Montreux Jazz Festival.

In 2006 Candy Dulfer performed as a special guest at the renowned Berks Jazz Fest in the USA, followed by more shows in the States in July together with Jason Miles (of Miles Davis fame) with a band that included Candy’s fellow Prince band members Rhonda Smith and Chance Howard. By popular demand she once again returned to the famous Blue Note clubs in Japan for an extensive tour in October.

In between two American tours and shows in Japan, Candy wowed European festival crowds in 2007 with ‘Candy & Friends’. Spectacular concerts featuring her musical friends from around the world, including special guest star Rosie Gaines (of Prince fame). Earlier in 2007 Candy performed with Sheila E. for a European tour with her all-female band C.O.E.D.

Candy’s album ‘Candy Store’ was released in the summer of 2007. The fans’ excitement and many rave reviews propelled the album to #2 on the Billboard Jazz Contemporary Chart. In November, Candy once again hit #1 on the R&R Smooth Jazz Chart in the USA, with the single ‘L.A. Citylights’.

2007 also saw another longtime dream come true for Candy, with the start of her own television show ‘Candy Meets’ on Dutch primetime television - a series of six personal documentaries in which Candy visited some of her musical friends and heroes on location to discuss their careers and love for music. Guests included Dave Stewart, Maceo Parker, Mavis Staples, Sheila E. and her own father Hans Dulfer. The show concluded with a rare interview and impromptu performance with Van Morrison.

In 2008 she was awarded the Golden Harp for her outstanding contributions to music in the Netherlands. Due to popular demand she once again toured the USA and Japan, and also performed all over Europe and visited South Africa for the first time for a show at the famous Cape Town Jazz Festival. In between tours she is a regular co-host of the popular Dutch prime time television talk show ‘De Wereld Draait Door’.

In September she joined superstar Lionel Richie on stage for four nights at the ‘Symphonica in Rosso’ spectacle at the Gelredome Stadium in Arnhem, The Netherlands.

She finished 2008 with a special New Year’s Eve performance in front of the Royal Palace in Amsterdam, where she and her band joined some of the greatest Dutch artists for a celebration of the New Year - attended by over 30,000 people.

Dutch fashion magazine Jackie named Candy 3rd Best Dressed woman in The Netherlands.

‘Funked Up & Chilled Out’ was released worldwide in 2009. To promote it she travelled around the world, together with her band, for a string of sold-out shows. For the first time in her career she performed in Moscow. Due to popular demand she returned to Russia in the fall for more shows. In May she performed an extensive tour of the USA, while she spend the summer months playing the larger stages of the most famous jazz festivals in Europe, such as the North Sea Jazz Festival in Holland, Nisville in Serbia and the Veszprem Jazzfest in Hungary.

After performing a string of shows in early 2010 with Maceo Parker at the Blue Note club in Tokyo, Japan, she returned to the Dutch club stages in March and April 2010 for a tour with her band. During the summer she performed shows in Korea, Denmark and Tunisia for the first time in her career, while also returning to Russia and Japan for more shows due to popular demand.

She finished 2010 with a five-week tour across the USA as a special guest of fellow saxophonist Dave Koz for his renowned Smooth Jazz Christmas Tour, and kicked off 2011 with shows during the Smooth Jazz Cruise in the Caribbean.

Candy started another exciting new chapter in her versatile career with the release of her latest album ‘Crazy’ in the Fall of 2011. The close collaboration with Black Eyed Peas musical director and producer Printz Board forms the foundation of the daring new sound of the album. For the other tracks on the album Candy once again collaborated with Dutch producer and longtime guitarist Ulco Bed, who was responsible for Candy’s first major hits in her career with the albums ‘Saxuality’ and ‘Sax-a-go-go’. After the album’s release she and her band toured in the USA and - for the first time in her career - in South America.

Candy and her band continued to hit the road in 2012 and performed all over the world, including Japan, the Netherlands and the rest of Europe, Russia, the Baltic States and the USA. In between gigs Candy hosted her own weekly radio show, ‘The Candy Store’, on Sublime FM.

She also started a close collaboration with leading fashion brand Mexx, playing special instore shows at their stores across Europe. Mexx and Candy are continuing their collaboration with a special collection designed by Candy and planned to be in stores later in 2013. Also, this year Candy is a judge on the Dutch edition of X Factor.



Far East Movement


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Before there was the music, there was KTown. It’s where Far East Movement James Roh, Kev Nish and DJ Virman formed: sneaking into bars as underage L.A. rap friends, incinerating blunts and kicking freestyles in parking lots until the sun rose.

The group gained global succes and fame with their platinum-selling  “Like a G6”. The track became the first-ever Billboard Hot 100 #1 by Asian-American artists. Their last album, Dirty Bass, spawned four singles that reached the top 10 of pop charts across the globe.

The group is currently touring the globe and working on new music.

“We aren’t out to make socially conscious records,” Kev Nish adds. “The music is still that heavy bass Far East movement music that people get fucked up to. But we set out to capture how it feels like for us rolling, partying, living, chilling and getting faded in Ktown with all of our people, no matter the race.”



Femke Meines


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Singer and actress Femke Meines became known for her participation in the children's talent show Junior Songfestival, with which she won the national final in 2012. In 2016, Femke started working for Disney and played the successful role of Liz in the "Just Like Me!" Series that was broadcast on Disney Channel. At the beginning of 2018, Femke was cast for the character Fleur for the film 'Elvy's World, So Ibiza'.



Ferry Doedens


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Doedens has played the role of Lucas Sanders in the Dutch soap opera Goede Tijden, Slechte Tijden since April 2009. He can be seen weekly on RTL 4.

In 2011 Ferry began to go to the studio more and more in is free time, and by  mid-May he released his first solo single ‘Bij Mij’. In February 2013, he released his second single ‘Hoger en Verder’ and in September followed ‘Droom over jou’ together with rapper Billy Dans.

In mid-2012, Ferry Doedens was the voice actor for Ted in the animated film Lorax. His dream came true when he played the role of Prince Fiyero in the musical 'Wicked', which he played alongside his role as Lucas in Goede Tijden, Slechte Tijden. In 2012, he got the role of Bo Monti in the AVRO series "De Vier van Westwijk, the disappearance of Bo Monti"

In 2013, he had an opportunity to work on his presentation career. His presentation debut came in 2013 with the TV show "The Best of Idols Worldwide" on RTL5 and soon afterwards the backstage presentation at RTL4 "X-factor" followed. In October 2013, Ferry Doedens was nominated for the Gouden Televisier's Ring in the category "Talent Award".

In 2014, Ferry took part in the reality TV show Expedition Robinson.  Over the past year Ferry has been focused on Goede Tijden, Slechte Tijden. This summer he signed a record deal with CTM Music & Management. Ferry is now working hard in the studio recording his first single!



Jan Smit


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Jan Smit (born 31 December 1985) is a Dutch singer, television host, actor and football director. Smit singing Dutch songs that fall under the genre known as Volendam music . In addition to his career solo Smit was in 2015 part of the trio Schlager KLUBBB3 and since 2017 de Toppers As a presenter, he is known for programs like the best singers in the Netherlands and Music Festival on the square . Since 1999, Smit committed his next career also as an ambassador for SOS Children's Villages, and he sits on the board of the football club FC Volendam .

 



MANOU JUE CARDOSO


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Manou Jue Cardoso is a Dutch singer and actress. She became known for her participation in the Junior Songfestival in 2017 with the girl group DREAMZ.

In 2018 she was part of the cast of the Dutch Nickelodeon series De Ludwigs and managed to get a role in the film First Kiss. In addition to the release of 2 new singles last year, Manou is also the regular online reporter of the Zapp Kids Top 20.



Niek Roozen


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Niek Roozen is best known for his role as Max in the first three seasons of Brugklas. He also played one of the leading roles in the film De Bende van Urk, which premiered in June 2014. At the moment, he is very busy filming a new series and he will return this fall in the  fourth season of Brugklas.

As well as his television work, Niek is very active on his own YouTube channel where he documents his journey towards winning a Golden Calf.

Roozen is currently taking an MBO course as a film actor at the FAAM Media College in Amsterdam. He lives in Haarlem.



Rachel Van Sas (De Huismuts)


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I'm Rachel, 30 years old and I live in Amsterdam with my husband Willem and our 2 daughters Pip and Rosie. In 2013 I started my blog De Huismuts on which I shared interior inspiration, but in the meantime my blog has become my MAMA lifestyle platform. Through my blog, weekly vlogs on YouTube and Instagram, I share my passion for interior design and all my motherhood adventures with my followers. In addition to our life in Amsterdam, the journeys we make are also a hot topic on my channels.



Urvin Monte


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Urvin grew up in a musical family. At a young age, he danced along with his brother to the music of their great pop idol Michael Jackson. Urvin Roberto Monte proved to be a born entertainer and at the age of eight he already performed for large audiences, the beginning of a professional dance career that has already spanned more than 20 years.

Although dancing was always a big thing in his life, he had also a great passion for singing. He started a vocal group with friends, this resulted in a musical career for Urvin. In 2004 Urvin performed for more than two years in the musical 'Mamma Mia'. Several productions soon followed, including 'Five Guys Named Moe' (2009), for which he won a John Kraaijkamp Musical Award for his role as 'Little Moe' in the category 'Best male lead in a small musical'. This was followed by more productions in which he sparkled, such as Hairspray, Legally Blonde, Daddy Cool, Shrek, and Dreamgirls. In the blockbuster, 'The Bodyguard' (2016), Urvin even played with his son Daley for half a year, who played the role of 'Fletcher'.

In 2007, Urvin married his wife Kim "I am a proud man, but all above a proud dad". With his sons Jayden and Daley, and his daughter Dylan it is a loving and cozy 'full house'! Urvin's musicals ambition also gave him an ambition to act. He had a number of roles in well-known TV series and appeared in a big KPN Hi commercial. In early 2017 he made his debut as the character ‘Felix Jagtman’ in the biggest Dutch television soap 'Goede Tijden, Slechte Tijden'.

In 2016, Urvin finished studying to become an audio engineer. He produces music, DJ’s for companies and perform at various festivals. "Life is a big party, it has to be lived with love, humour and music



Vincent Visser


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The Dutch actor Vincent Visser is best known for his role as the character Jesse in the youth series Brugklas. In February 2019, the film "Bruges Class of Time" was also premiered, in which he once again played one of the leading roles as Jesse. Since May 2019, Vincent plays the role of Valentijn Sanders in the RTL 4 soap Good times, Bad times.

Vincent has also been featured in the television series "Doctor Tinus", the Sinterklaas film "Sinterklaas & Het Gouden Hoefijzer", the film "100% Coco" and "Patatje Oorlog."

In addition to all series and film activities, Vincent is also active online on his own YouTube channel.



2 Kleine Kleutertjes


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Three years ago, Jan Smit developed the idea to make something for the little ones among us: children aged 2 to 5 years. It has since grown into a unique project, entitled ‘2 Kleine Kleutertjes’. It consists of extraordinarily beautiful cartoons with songs, a book, a CD and a theater performance. The songs are written by Jan and are sung by his sister Monique Smit.

The theater performance starts on 11 February 2015. In the theater, the 2 Little Toddlers come to life in a very special way. Together with Monique they experience a fairytale adventure, in which most songs from the CD get a surprising interpretation. One thing is certain: toddlers and toddlers will have an exceptional amount of fun here!

Since March 2014, the cartoons of the songs are broadcasted by Telekids on RTL8 every day. The appreciation of the parents for these films is very high. Apart from the quality of the material, the educational side is praised.

November 14, 2014, a book was published with footage from the movies, which contains the CD with all the songs. The CD will also be available separately.