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Egma

Egma

Egma


Ege van Kruysdijk was born on 15th May 1971 in Holland. When he was young he started as a DJ in some clubs around Eindhoven. Later he met Marcel Theunissen and then they started to produce their own music. They made some remixes for Dutch radio-programms like the "Ricksmix" Egma (made of the producers first names, Ege and Marcel) began as a Dutch techno project. 2 singles were released : Don't Have To Be Jesus and Let the Bass Kick (at the Mid-Town-label). Read more on Last.fm
Ege van Kruysdijk was born on 15th May 1971 in Holland. When he was young he started as a DJ in some clubs around Eindhoven. Later he met Marcel Theunissen and then they started to produce their own music. They made some remixes for Dutch radio-programms like the "Ricksmix" Egma (made of the producers first names, Ege and Marcel) began as a Dutch techno project.

2 singles were released : Don't Have To Be Jesus and Let the Bass Kick (at the Mid-Town-label). Then they joined the eurodance movement, re-creating the project around a female vocalist, Margo, who had begun her career as a dancer, while she was studiing to become a dance teacher. The male singer (and co-writer) was as a model called Henk van de Wiel. Never Gonna Lose Your Love was a huge hit all over Europe (especially in France where it stayed #1 during 10 weeks) but surprisingly it was less successful in Holland (only 3 weeks in the Dutch charts). The trio appeared on the Dance Machine stage in Paris in June 1994. At this time Ege was DJ at disco-club Freebird (at this time this club was called Key-West) in Asten together with Ruud Van Rijen.

Meanwhile Marcel was DJ in Eindhoven at disco-club Diamonds. After the single Love Is (position # 4 in Israel), the team changed : a new male singer, Michael Robby (born in 1974), joined the project. Then came the single Make My Day, that they sung at Dance Machine, followed by Tell It To My Heart. Ege (who also appears under the nickname of Terranza) and Marcel (aka Nich) also produced the projects Usha (I Want You (You Want Me), Camen (Better Off, Shake You Down), The Company (Open Your Eyes), No Sense, Revolution Team, Wonderland (In Our Dreams, Movin' Around and Be On A Star), Sound Victory (Understand This Groove) and some projects inging in Dutch such as Pilleboer. Ege also produced the girl band Close II You with Ed van Otterdijk. Marcel, with the help of Martijn de Vries, stood behind the projects Central Seven and Cinderella. They also realized the 'House Party Mix' and Megamix 1993 together with Martin Boer.

They have also written and produced the single Can't You Feel It by BWX in 1997. Ege and Marcel did some remixes for artists like 2nd Nature (the E & M club mix), Twenty 4 Seven, Dolce Vita, Semper, London Beat. On the 8th March 2002, Henk was murdered in Paris. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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