|Real Name:||Peter Cornelis Koelewijn|
Dutch singer-songwriter, producer and radio DJ, born December 29, 1940, in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Most famous for his singles with Peter Koelewijn & Zijn Rockets in the 1959-1966 period. With his 1959 breakthrough hit Kom Van Dat Dak Af he instantly became a founding father of Dutch-language rock and roll but Koelewijn is also a successful producer and songwriter for other Dutch artists. More recently his 1977 solo debut has become something of a cult album, getting an English language release as well. In 2018 his autobiography Peer (Zestig Jaar Nederpop Voor Het Voetlicht & Achter De Schermen) was published, cowritten by Tjerk Lammers.
|Sites:||peterkoelewijn.nl , Facebook , muziekencyclopedie.nl , nldiscografie.nl , Wikipedia , Wikipedia |
|Aliases:||P.C. Kay, Richard Green (29), S.O.S. (34)|
|In Groups:||4PK, Artiesten Voor Het Ronald McDonald Huis, Bliksem En Schicht Orkest, De Born Free Family, De Broekies, De Praatpalen, Freddies, Gompie, Het Nederlands Artiestenkoor, Pax Mundi, Peter Koelewijn & Zijn Rockets, Robbie's Soul Power, You And Me (2), Zoef Zoef En De Beevers|
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