On Monday, the 11th of may, it is the Love for Music and the rough-shelled, with the peperkoeken the heart of the company is to have the songs to lend to his fellow-artists. In the past few weeks and surprised by Sean Dhondt themselves, each with a unique sound, and he gave each song a very personal thing. In his own episode, he lets himself be carried away by the operations of his / her colleagues. And that will invoke a lot of emotions in it.
Sean Dhondt is in addition to Qmusic-dj and presenter on VTM, are also possessed by the music. He was known as the singing drummer of the poppunkgroep Nailpin, a wide range of festivalweides did fill up, with their solid guitar work, and even in Japan, and has toured. What it means to be number 10 for a ‘gabber’ was made, could have no suspicion. In 2014, he threw Sean’s done with the Movement, of which he is the lead singer, as songwriter was made. Two different programs, so that the artists are able to do their thing.
“I think it’s great that I longer have to wait for my musical cadeaukes to address,” says Sean, in for the Love of Music. “I’ve had that when you were a kid. Deferred pleasure, the desire, and it is waiting for you, and I’m very good at it.” Those who do not have to wait in the winter. He chose, perhaps, the greatest Nailpin-song: They Don’t Know. The guitars and drums, he has changed for the delicate version which is due O be released. “A little bit of an indian summer in Ibiza,” said Karen. The Karen have picked a song by Nailpin, It’s Alright. Here, they start with an original version of the title, I get to Know You.
That the Plan, once the opening act was Bon Jovi, you can, of course, a lot of admiration on the other, However. For the “Gene Machine” was the choice this time is immediately apparent. He opted for The Ending from the last new album of Nailpin. “I’ve got something else to be made,” he announces. After them, there is one of his colleagues very nervous, and back down in his seat. Hazes takes the track of Movement, that is, Sean is specially written for the love of Alison-My Love. “As I mentioned to Karen,” laughs André. Why is he so nervous? “I think this is very, very scary, and the way you sing it is incredibly special. You make so many jumps in your phrases, as for me, everything is very straight and very simple. I’ve had it up to 8 times to repeat.”