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Welcome to the Spittin’ Blues Sessions!


These recording sessions took place on the attic of the St. Bavo in Noordwijkerhout (NL). This deserted clinic was built in 1915. Around that time the first blues songs were getting published and became the foundation for a rich musical culture which still flowers today.


With a team of passionate sound engineers, filmmakers and musicians we came together at this venue to pay tribute to the blues. In this first episode you’ll hear my rendition of When The Saints Go Marching In.


This original is the first song I’ve ever recorded many years ago. Inspired by blues artists such as JJ Cale and Tony Joe White I wrote this song when I decided to break out of ‘the system’ to start my musical career. 


I recorded this remake with the Spittin’ Blues Crew during the sessions at the St. Bavo in Noordwijkerhout. 


The audio tracks of the Spittin’ Blues Sessions are available on a QFM Downloadcard which you can order HERE.