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Fivestrings

Fivestrings

Fivestrings


What started out as a joke ended up being serious business. That is how one could summarize Fivestrings in one sentence. In September 2005 Sander den Boer, Bram Meuleman, Thomas Schuster, Daan Cramer and Maurice Habets, five University College Maastricht students, stimulated by unacceptable amounts of alcohol and sleep deprivation, decided to write a blues song. The only available instrument was an old acoustic guitar with a missing e-string, and so the guys decided to call the song the “Fivestring Blues” and it was an instant success. Read more on Last.fm
What started out as a joke ended up being serious business. That is how one could summarize Fivestrings in one sentence. In September 2005 Sander den Boer, Bram Meuleman, Thomas Schuster, Daan Cramer and Maurice Habets, five University College Maastricht students, stimulated by unacceptable amounts of alcohol and sleep deprivation, decided to write a blues song. The only available instrument was an old acoustic guitar with a missing e-string, and so the guys decided to call the song the “Fivestring Blues” and it was an instant success. When they were invited to be a support act for Jean-Felix, Sander and Bram, inspired by their first successful small steps in the realm of music, agreed to carry on with playing music.

Their name was to be Fivestrings. After having played several relatively successful gigs, Sander and Bram deemed it necessary to recruit a complete band in order to give their music some more body. With two weeks Sam van der Wagen, Charlie van der Wagen and Wolfgang Giernalczyk joined the tandem and the fully equipped, five-piece rock band Fivestrings was born. At first their stage performance was somewhat shaky, but the more gigs they played the better they got. Another major change was that Fivestrings started to write their own songs, which resulted in the recording of a complete album called “Lost In A Bigger World”. This album contains fifteen own songs ranging from punk rock in ‘Goddamn Right’ to blues in ‘Nothing Is Permanent’, to rock ballads such as ‘Little Man Lost In A Bigger World’ and ‘Someday’, and even a jazzy intermezzo called ‘Tangent & Sine’.

On the 2nd of November 2006, Fivestrings released the home production “Lost In A Bigger World” with a spectacular gig in the infamous Café Twee. 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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