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Lefthand Freddy and the Aces

Lefthand Freddy and the Aces

Lefthand Freddy and the Aces


Lefthand Freddy has by now become an institute in Holland but also abroad considering the many international praises in the foreign media. With a record contract in hand the band was formed in 1992.Their first cd “Buried in blues” met with good reviews right from the start Founding members Cynthio Ooms (previously playing bass for a.o Eddy C. Campbell, Phil Guy, R.L. Burnside, Eddy “Guitar” Burns and the Dutch renowned B.J. Hegen bluesband) and Fred Reining were complemented in 1996 Read more on Last.fm
Lefthand Freddy has by now become an institute in Holland but also abroad considering the many international praises in the foreign media. With a record contract in hand the band was formed in 1992.Their first cd “Buried in blues” met with good reviews right from the start Founding members Cynthio Ooms (previously playing bass for a.o Eddy C. Campbell, Phil Guy, R.L. Burnside, Eddy “Guitar” Burns and the Dutch renowned B.J.

Hegen bluesband) and Fred Reining were complemented in 1996, after drummer Willem Drenth left, by Hannes Langkamp (ex Muskee, Time Bandits and Fox the Fox) and Hammond animal and popular session player William Kooistra. Through them the band sound was elaborated and professionalised. New songs were matured live for a long time and a new cd was therefore delayed for quite some time but ultimately saw the light of day in 2001 bearing the title “Urban Blues Adventures”. From day one the band is a popular guest abroad (notably in Germany and Belgium). Some tour highlights were concert spots on the Leberkusener Jazzfestival (Germany), The Gloucester Bluesfestival (GB), the Nuit de Blues(France), the Sviget Festival (Hungary) and a London debut in the legendary 100 club. Towards the end of 2005 a number of changes take place: bassplayer Cynthio Ooms leaves the band and is replaced by Feico Nijdam.

The groupname is shortened to the already commonly used Lefthand Freddy. In concert Lefthand Freddy performs as a powertrio; the reason being that keyboardplayer William Kooistra has fallen seriously ill and won’t be able to perform much for the time being. In February 2006 the new cd ˝Back on track˝ is recorded. The releasedate is scheduled at early July. Read more on Last.fm.

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