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Gent, Handelsbeurs
Willebroek, Gem. Feestzaal
Koksijde, C.C. Casino
Wezembeek-Oppem, G.C. De Kam
Mol, C.C. 't Getouw
Leopoldsburg, C.C.
Bredene, M.E.C. Staf Versluys
Aarschot, C.C. Het Gasthuis
Mechelen, Stadsschouwburg
Torhout, C.C. de Brouckere
Maasmechelen, C.C.
Sint-Niklaas, Stadsschouwburg
Merksem, C.C.
Hasselt, C.C.

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03/860.97.91
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089/76.97.97
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Jean-Marie: guitar, percussion, vocals, chef d´orchestre
Kris: guitar, vocals, mouth-organ, backing vocals
Filip: guitar, vocals, backing vocals, percussion
Vévé ’Shake´: vocals, backing vocals, percussion
Patrick: lapsteel, guitar, vocals, backing vocals, percussion
Henri: sax, guitar, percussion, vocals

What are tone clusters? Just go to any house party with young kids, open the keyboard lid of any piano and wait. Soon tone clusters - those splashes of sounds created when a keyboard is pounded with open palms, fists and forearms - will fill the room. Many modern composers employ this technique, but Henry Cowell was the first. Even the great Bela Bartok applied to Cowell for permission to use tone clusters in his piano pieces (most notably in Out of Doors)... (Chang Tou Liang)

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