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荷兰爵士流行小王子 Netherlands Jazz Singer —— Wouter Hamel

荷兰爵士流行小王子 Wouter Hamel 中国巡演深圳站


时间:2016.06.05 周日 20:30










票价:预售 120 元;现场 180 元


※截止时间:6月 5日 00:00







被誉为“荷兰爵士流行小王子的”Wouter Hamel是近年来欧洲最炙手可热的跨界音乐人,也是少数能让人觉得他的歌能遍布全球的艺人。但其实他只不过是从2007年起才以音乐人的身份在荷兰出道。

朗朗上口的原创歌曲将流行音乐与爵士音乐模糊的界线冲破 。Wouter Hamel迅速地俘虏了大众的心。Wouter在2007年推出了他的首张专辑《Hamel》,包含了大热单曲《Breezy》和《Don’t Ask》,并一举成为白金唱片。Wouter和他的乐队不仅在荷兰的各大场地进行巡演,还参加了许多重要的流行与爵士音乐节。

2009年Wouter发表的第二张专辑《Nobody’s Tune》则进一步扩大了他的影响力,也令他第一次举办了荷兰国家剧院的专场演出,之后的专辑发布巡演也使他登上了荷兰以及欧洲各国的多个知名剧院。当时Wouter作为荷兰的新生之星,这位年轻歌手的影响力迅速地蔓延到世界各地,包括韩国和日本等亚洲地区。

2011年Wouter发表了第三张专辑《Lohengrin》,这是一张充满实验趣味的混搭专辑,Wouter就是一个音乐顽童,把爵士、电子、流行甚至是嘻哈都融入到了自己的世界中。而2013年发表的EP《G.I.R.L.S.I.N.T.H.E.C.I.T.Y.!》更是与世界知名的Lucky Fonz III.二重奏展开合作,令业界惊艳不已。2013年9月,Wouter首次应邀造访中国,并参演了上海爵士音乐节。

进入2014年,Wouter在4月份发表了第四张专辑《Pompadour》,主打歌曲《Live a Little》不但成为荷兰各个电台的热播金曲,还几乎横扫荷兰各大流行音乐排行榜,最高排位更是杀入了前三甲行列。

2016年6月,Wouter Hamel将应新生代演出厂牌清汤音乐的邀请,再次造访中国,带来他充满魅力的爵士流行曲调。






Wouter Hamel - Demise (MV)

Wouter Hamel - GiuGiu (MV)

Wouter Hamel - Live a Little (MV)

Wouter Hamel 2016 China Tour Shenzhen Station


Time: 2016.06.05 Sunday 20:30

Venue: B10 Live

Add: Building C2, North District, OCT-LOFT, Nanshan District, Shenzhen

Tel: 0755 86337602 (15:00-18:00, info only)

Organizer: OCT-LOFT Culture Development Co., Ltd

Admittance starts at 20:00.

Open area with several seats on both sides for resting purpose.



Fare: Presale 120 RMB; At Door 180 RMB


※Presale service available until 00:00 on 6.05

①Entity: Old Heaven Books (120#, A5, North District of OCT-LOFT)




Please send the following information to at least ONE DAY before the concert:

1.Name 2.Phone number 3.Date of the concert 4.Quantity of tickets

Ticket reservation will be closed 15 minutes before the show starts, please pick up your ticket at B10 Live in time.

3/At Door: B10 Live

※Starts at 19:30 on the day.

Wouter Hamel is one of those rare artists that make people think that he and his songs have been around forever. But he’s only been an established musical figure since 2007 – in his native Netherlands and far beyond.

With catchy, self-written songs that surf blurs the line between pop and jazz, Wouter Hamel was quick in winning the hearts and minds of a large public. His debut album Hamel from 2007, with its hit singles ‘Breezy’ and ‘Don’t Ask’, achieved platinum status, as Wouter and his band played not only the main stages of the Dutch club circuit but also every major pop and jazz festival. His success was welcomed but it also proved somewhat overwhelming for both Hamel and his producer Benny Sings. After getting through the chaos of their 2008 breakthrough, they returned to the studio to work on the follow-up album Nobody’s Tune. Further deepening Wouter Hamel’s sound, the album came out in 2009 during his first major national theatre tour which brought him to 50 major Dutch stages.

As Wouter Hamel’s star rose in his own country, the ‘buzz’ around the young singer-songwriter also began spreading around the globe. Japanese radio picked up on him in 2008 as tracks from his debut Hamel began appearing on their playlists. Later in the year, his debut was released in the land of the rising sun, followed in 2009 by Nobody’s Tune. His Japanese successes proved to be the catalyst for a pan-Asian career. In 2009 he was invited to the Seoul Jazz Festival and its enthusiastic South Korean public. As Nobody’s Tune went platinum in his own country, Wouter Hamel and his band returned another five times to South Korea, where the album has meanwhile gone gold.

Currently Wouter Hamel is working on his fourth album, set to be released in autumn 2013. This fourth album is preceded by the five- track EP ‘G.I.R.L.S.I.N.T.H.E.C.I.T.Y.!’ with the title track being a duet with Lucky Fonz III. The release of ‘G.I.R.L.S.I.N.T.H.E.C.I.T.Y.!’ also marks the beginning of the 2013 theatre tour of the Netherlands, which will keep Hamel and his band busy until the end of April. Later, summer festivals around the world will be welcoming their new favourite son to their stages.


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Wouter Hamel - Demise (MV)

Wouter Hamel - GiuGiu (MV)

Wouter Hamel - Live a Little (MV)