A hot guitar solo, when the brilliant Candy Dulfer stepped back, and gave the floor to band guitarist Ulco Bed, when she and her band played a truly stunning gig at the MEZZ venue in Breda, The Netherlands, on Sunday, April 1st, 2012. Candy's new CD 'Crazy' is available now (check out the Amazon link to samples below)!ULCO BED GUITAR SOLO, CANDY DULFER BAND, MEZZ BREDA, APRIL 1ST, 2012
Candy Dulfer - saxophone, vocals
Ulco Bed - Guitar
Chance Howard - keyboards
Jan van Duikeren - trumpet, tambourine
Oscar Kraal - Drums
Manuel Hugas - Bass
Ricardo Burgrust "Phatt" - Vocals
Arjen Mooijer - Keyboards
Extract from Candy's website:
Performing since age seven, bandleader of Funky Stuff since age fourteen, international recording artist since age nineteen, touring the world since age twenty.Has recorded and / or performed with artists like Prince, Dave Stewart (Eurythmics), Van Morrison, Maceo Parker, Sheila E., Mavis Staples, Lionel Richie, Beyoncé, Pink Floyd, Chaka Khan, David Sanborn, Larry Graham, Marcus Miller, Aretha Franklin, Jimmy Cliff, George Duke, Blondie, Jools Holland, Jamie Cullum, Angie Stone, Tower of Power, The Time, Alan Parsons, Fred Wesley, Pee Wee Ellis, Joey DiFrancesco, Jonathan Butler, and many others. Make sure to check out Candy's amazing full bio on her website.
Extract from Wikipedia:
Dulfer's band performed throughout the Netherlands and in 1987 was the opening act for two of Madonna's European concerts. In 1988 Prince invited Dulfer on stage to play an improvised solo during one of his European shows. In 1989 Dulfer appeared in Prince's "Partyman" video. Dulfer performed session work with Eurythmics guitarist and producer Dave Stewart and was a guest musician for Pink Floyd at the band's performance at Knebworth in 1990. Dulfer's debut album, 'Saxuality', was released in 1990 and was nominated for a Grammy and certified gold for worldwide sales in excess of half a million. Her song "Lily Was Here" reached #11 on American the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Though Dulfer has had smooth jazz chart hits such as "For The Love Of You" and "Finsbury Park, Cafe 67".
Dulfer was also the featured saxophonist on Van Morrison's A Night in San Francisco, an album in 1993, and performed with the Alan Parsons Project at the World Liberty Concert in 1995.