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Karen Damen and immediately bursts into tears at the For the Love of Music

Karen Damen and immediately bursts into tears at the For the Love of Music

Sun, fun, and coronavrije of musical rhythm. The new season of for the Love of Music, promises to be again this year, with a nice musical party, too. Andre Hazes in the winter, Karen Damen, Gene Thomas, Sean Dhondt, Peter Vanlaet of the Mom’s Jacket and Tom Dice & Kato Callebaut-of-The Starlings travel to the most inspiring of Spanish sunshine to make their mark on each other’s songs. The result of this, with catchy melodies, amazing lyrics, and beautiful songs, which are as of march 30, 2020 and every Tuesday at 20.35 sound of the 6th season of for the Love of Music.
In the first episode, we pull the 8 artists working in the early hours of the morning to the warm Spanish sun. Arriving at the Villa the Caves, Anna D’, and Codorniu in spain, Andalusia, the rhythm at first. Karen Damen has had the honor of being the first artist to focus on and enjoy the covers for the others. In the choice, there is certainly no lack of that, because Karen has an extensive repertoire of tracks from her F3 career and his own solo songs.

Hitmachine in the winter, and the artist Karen and the most curious has been chosen for a number of Q3, and that in order to have a very personal reason. In the winter, and the secret weapon, Jake and Reese will bring their own catchy version of ” The Three little Pigs, this time from a different perspective…

Also, Gene was elected, all of a sudden, for Karen, for a number of a K3. “Do you want to have fun, but the shock effect is certainly present,” says Gene. He will make his own version of All of the Colors, combined with excellent footwork. In addition, the pair of The Starlings to be a most magical moment, with the most popular pearl of the Liefdeskapitein. “I didn’t expect that to be a K3 issue for me, as hard as it would get,” says Karen.
In addition to Q3 numbers are also songs from the solo album, Karen’s been covered. Karen’s mouth drops open at the first notes of Seans’s version of the Mona Lisa. And then, a unique drum solo… Peter Vanlaet continued to turn to the text of the Tall Trees, completely at his hand, and put the issue to a very intimate version of it.