Friday, October 23, 2015


@ North Sea Jazz 2010, 
recorded by NPS 

Waylon took part in 2008 in the first season of Holland’s Got Talent on SBS 6. He made during his audition impressed by the song It's A Man's World by James Brown. Jurors Henk Jan Smits and Patricia Paai were laudatory. Waylon then earned a place in the final. A year later, Universal Music brought him the first Dutchman to under the Motown label. His first single Wicked Way appeared on August 7 2009, a foretaste of the almost eponymous album Wicked Ways, which appeared later that month. Waylon Wicked Way scored with a direct Alarmschijf, and the number in the top 10 of the Dutch Top 40. In April 2010 Waylon won his first music prize, namely a 3FM Award in the category 'Best Newcomer'. A month later he received runs the world in the TV program by a gold record for his debut album. In June 2010 Waylon was one of the winners of the last TMF Awards. The singer won the Borsato Award, a prize for new talent. The award was presented to him by the namesake Marco Borsato, at the TMF Awards Festival in People's Park in Enschede. In October 2011 launched Waylon The Escapist, the first single from his second album After All, published on 3 November. Then came the singles Lose It and Lucky Night. Although the CD scored moderately on the charts, Waylon joined the established names. So in April 2012 he was named best singer at the 3FM Awards. 
LINK @ North Sea Jazz 2010

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