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Frans van Oostrom

Frans van Oostrom (Amsterdam 13-10-1955) played in a lot of bands and projects. It all started with Blood River in the seventies and a lot of other bands. In the nineties he started The Van Brothers, wich was followed by Snakebite. These bands played at a lot of jazz and bluesfestivals. In 1999 he was asked playing guitar in Omsk a band with Peter Vink, Fred van Vloten and Adjan Emmen. He quit in 2001 and started playing several projects like musicals, events etc. He did a small tour in France with Hardly Volume (standard jazz) and worked as producer and guitarist with Judith Jobse (who didn't)


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