Vandenberg was a Dutch hard rock band named after guitarist Adriaan "Adje" van den Berg (. In 1981, Van den Berg worked with vocalist Jos Veldhuizen, bass guitarist Griff "Studly" McGrath and drummer Bico De Gooijer in a band called Teaser. This line-up did not last long, and Van den Berg then hired Bert Heerink (vocals), Dick Kemper (bass guitar), and Jos Zoomer (drums). With this line-up, Teaser recorded a demo that came to the notice of the pop-journalist Kees Baars.
After that album, Bert Heerink left the band and Edward was Kayak's only male lead singer again. In 2003 female singer Cindy Oudshoorn had joined Kayak for the "Merlin" album and tour, and she decided to stay. In October 2014 both Reekers and Oudshoorn announced that they would not take part in the live performances of the "Cleopatra"-album in 2015. Bert Heerink (ex Vandenberg) was asked to help the band out on tour in 2000. The plan was that on stage he would do the songs that Edward Reekers did originally, leaving more room for Max Werner to do his own Kayak songs and play percussion. But when Max left, he was not replaced, so Bert became lead singer. Cees van Leeuwen - bass (1972-1975). Bert Veldkamp - bass (1975-1976, 1999-2005). Theo de Jong - bass (1976-1978).
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Rutger van Dijk
Recorded at Perspekt Studio's Haarlem
Made in Belgium
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