Belgian musicians who were born in 1968

Here are 5 famous musicians from Belgium were born in 1968:

Johan Gielen

Johan Gielen (February 23, 1968 Mol, Belgium-) also known as DJ Johan Gielen or Gielen, Johan is a Belgian , .

His albums include In Trance We Trust 004, Revelations, For You, The Trance Years 01, The Trance Years 02, The Trance Years 03, Techno Club, Volume 25 and Velvet Moods. Genres he performed include Trance music, Tech house, Electronic dance music, Techno and Progressive house.

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Peter Verhoyen

Peter Verhoyen (August 1, 1968 Belgium-) also known as Peter verhoyen is a Belgian , .

Genres he performed: Classical music.

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Axelle Red

Axelle Red (February 15, 1968 Hasselt-) also known as Fabienne Demal or Red, Axelle is a Belgian singer and songwriter.

Her albums include À tâtons, Toujours moi, Sans plus attendre, Longbox, Je me fâche, J'ai fait un rêve, French Soul, Alive, Jardin secret and Changer ma vie. Her related genres: Pop music.

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Frédéric Etherlinck

Frédéric Etherlinck (August 11, 1968 Brussels-) is a Belgian singer.

Genres: Pop music.

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Nicolas Thys

Nicolas Thys (August 27, 1968 Belgium-) is a Belgian , .

Jazz bassist and composer, currently based in New York City. Thys started playing bass at the age of 13 and by the age of 20, he had already established himself as a professional musician. He earned a degree in classical bass from the Royal Conservatory of Brussels and went on to study at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. Thys has performed with many esteemed jazz musicians such as Lee Konitz, Mal Waldron, Stefano Di Battista, John Abercrombie, and Enrico Pieranunzi, among others. He has released several albums as a leader and co-leader and has received critical acclaim for his unique sound and approach to music. In addition to his work as a performer, Thys is also a passionate educator and has taught at several institutions including the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, the Conservatory of Amsterdam, and the New York Jazz Workshop.

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