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Robbert Duijf Band 

Winner European Blues Challenge 2024

Robbert He brings his music pure, sincere and full of passion. His voice is pure and full of

surrender. By singing and playing from his heart, he makes a deep connection with his audience. In his shows as a

solo artist, duo or with his band, he tells stories with a message. Sing, laugh, clap together and also wipe away a

tear…music that connects and makes you feel good.

This is extremely important, especially at this time!

Robbert Duijf Band Robbert's eldest son Rubin plays on double bass. He is a talented young musician who has a

big heart for the blues. With a new view on the blues, he gives a fresh energy. Robin Zalm, with extensive

experience as a drummer with Volumia, Henk Westbroek, the Herman Brood Band and many other bands, is a

versatile drummer with a wonderful groove. Quote from Robin:

“Later, when I'm over 50, I'm going to play in a blues band!”

He kept his word…

 

• Winner Dutch Blues Challenge 2019, category solo/duo.

• Semifinalist International Blues Challenge 2020 Memphis Tennessee USA, category solo/duo.

• Winner Dutch Blues Challenge 2023, category bands.

• Award Best Dutch Blues Album 2023 ‘Change Myself’.

• Winner European Blues Challenge 2024 Braga Portugal, category bands.

“Music from the heart as a healer and connector”

Releases:

• 2024 Tired of being Good (CD only) Live Album

• 2023 Love To See You Cry (Digital release single)

• 2023 Change Myself (Vinyl) Jazzism: “That you will happily turn over the LP again.” Best Dutch Blues Album 2023!

• 2022 Trouble Will Soon Be Over (single)

• 2021 Dangerous Mood (Vinyl) Blues Town Music “An excellent album.”

• 2020 Fools Parade (single)

• 2019 Going Home (Live) Barnowlblues “Pure, without frills, real blues. Class."

Influences and inspiration His music is a mix of Gospel and Delta Blues with a pinch of British-American folk

inspired by Charley Patton, Skip James, Willie Dixon, Blind Willy Johnson, Dave Van Ronk, John Lee Hooker and

Michael de Jong.

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