Posts Categorized: Music

Seen live: a balladeer, Lebbis

Sometimes, a movieclip says more than a thousand words. a balladeer — Winterschläfer (live at De Kelder) Seen live a balladeer + Charlie Dée at De Kelder, Amersfoort, april 10, 2009 Set list a balladeer Welcome To Vegas / Jesus Doesn’t Love Me / Fortune Teller / Superman Can’t Move His Legs (with Charlie Dée)… Read more »


Late last year Ellen Foley released three new songs. It’s the first new material released under her own name since 1983’s Another Breath. If there would have been a physical release (even if it’s just a burned CD), I would have been the first in line to pick up a copy, but alas, it’s downloads… Read more »

Seen live: Acda en De Munnik Spelen

Acda en De Munnik Spelen is the latest show of Dutch theater duo Acda en De Munnik, which incorporates most songs of their latest album Nachtmuziek. Since that isn’t exactly what I think is their best album, I went in not expecting much. As it turns out, the bits in between the songs were quite… Read more »

Seen live: Allennig III

As the title implies, Daniël Lohues‘ Allennig cycle is a one-man project. He’s the only musician on the albums, and his shows are just him, a piano and some guitars on an almost empty stage. It wasn’t until about a year and a half ago that I really got what Skik was all about. That… Read more »

Brilliant songs

Of the three concerts I saw this week, the last one, a balladeer at P60, was my favorite. Not that there was anything wrong with the others, but given the sheer amount of fun I had last night, well, it takes the cake. And since I can’t think of anything useful to say about my… Read more »