DreadVox playing at Willem de Ridder's 80th birthday event in De Toonzaal, 's Hertogenbosch, NL October 14th 2019

Posted: 10/18/2019 7:47:24 AM
Yeapsystar

From: Weert, Limburg, the Netherlands

Joined: 4/10/2012

You can upload pictures here in photo albums you create and link to them in postings, the Fb pictures can't be made to show up here as pictures (and it's not possible to see the full size images either when one is not 'on Facebook' )

Okay I'll try to find out!

Posted: 10/18/2019 8:06:28 AM
Yeapsystar

From: Weert, Limburg, the Netherlands

Joined: 4/10/2012

Okay I have created an album! 

Photo Album of Willem de Ridder's 80th Birthday - DreadVox Performance & End Jam

Posted: 10/18/2019 12:03:08 PM
dewster

From: Northern NJ, USA

Joined: 2/17/2012

Once you have a photo album here at TW you can link to it in TW posts.  When viewing the photo in the album (the larger image chosen by clicking on the the thumbnail, not the thumbnail) do a right click and "copy image location" then in your post click on the "insert image" button and past the copied link in the URL input area.  Like this:

Posted: 10/20/2019 6:10:30 PM
DreadVox

From: The East of Netherlands

Joined: 6/18/2019

Yeapsystar made and posted a video of our performance on YouTube:

Posted: 10/21/2019 8:37:36 AM
Yeapsystar

From: Weert, Limburg, the Netherlands

Joined: 4/10/2012

Thanks for sharing Dread!
And thanks for the help Dewster 

I'm sorry about the video quality ... It's not the best one, but the first part of the video is a video from a friend of us who recorded it with her cellphone, so lower MP4 quality, the second part of the video is from my camera I put at the balcony of the theater 

People of course recognize the first birthday song "Happy Birthday To You" which is worldly known  The 2 songs just after (the 2nd one which I started and the 3rd one which DreadVox started) are less known elsewhere as in the Netherlands  So, after "Happy Birthday To You" there comes "Lang Zal Hij Leven" ("Long Shall He Live") which is a typical Dutch fesitivy song, mostly sung at birthdays, weddings, King's Day, Jubilium parties & such ... It counts the same for the 3rd one "Hij Leve Hoog, Hij Leve Hoog" which usually is a follow up of "Lang Zal Hij Leven" 

Posted: 10/21/2019 12:40:35 PM
DanielMacKay

From: Halifax, Canada (east coast)

Joined: 7/28/2019

This is a fantastic performance - very fun, very avant-garde and yet quite musical.  Well done guys.

Posted: 10/21/2019 9:44:30 PM
Yeapsystar

From: Weert, Limburg, the Netherlands

Joined: 4/10/2012

This is a fantastic performance - very fun, very avant-garde and yet quite musical.  Well done guys.

Thanks! 

Posted: 10/22/2019 12:10:11 AM
DreadVox

From: The East of Netherlands

Joined: 6/18/2019

Thank you, Daniel! It was a lot of fun to do, nice appreciative audience (around 100 people), and the whole evening was filled with surprising performances and presentations.

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