Posts Tagged: Anneke van Giersbergen

Seen Live: Anneke van Giersbergen

Last friday I went to Hedon to see a band play in Zwolle, for the third week in a row. And before you start wondering why I would go all the way to Zwolle, well, I work there. That makes it a lot easier. Otherwise, I’d probably wouldn’t even have considered come that close to… Read more »

Seen Live: Anneke, Krause & Tom

Yesterday I went to see Anneke van Giersbergen (ex-the Gathering, mighty fine solo work), Krause (electropop) and multi-instrumentalist Tom Pintens (formerly of Zita Swoon). And Dotan, the main act/other half of the double bill. To start with Dotan, he was alright, I guess. To me, it felt like his brand of pop/rock-singer/songwriter-material lacked an edge…. Read more »


Yesterday, I went to see Anneke van Giersbergen with her band Agua de Annique in Amsterdam, which was an acoustic, ‘special show’ to present her new album Pure Air. After she left The Gathering, I didn’t quite pay attention to what she was doing. I knew she had released an Agua de Annique album, but… Read more »