Anne Soldaat

Anne Soldaat

Dutch Singer-songwriter Indie Pop Alternative
Anne Soldaat (1965) is a Dutch guitarist, singer and songwriter. His career started around 1990 in the band Daryll-Ann, in which singer Jelle Paulusma and Soldaat wrote the music and lyrics. Having released six studio albums and one live-album, Daryll-Ann split up in 2004. In 2005 Soldaat contributed songs to The Cat-A-Day Tales project: a book (story: Aletta Schreuders, drawings: Herwolt van Doornen), accompanied by a 'soundtrack CD'. Soldaat re-emerged in 2007 with the self-titled album of a new band, Do The Undo (also spelled as Do-The-Undo). More Info »

Top Albums

  • Anne Soldaat
    Anne Soldaat
  • In Another Life
    In Another Life
  • Going South - EP
    Going South - EP
  • Going South ep
    Going South ep

Anne Soldaat. Artist Bio

Anne Soldaat (1965) is a Dutch guitarist, singer and songwriter.

His career started around 1990 in the band Daryll-Ann, in which singer Jelle Paulusma and Soldaat wrote the music and lyrics. Having released six studio albums and one live-album, Daryll-Ann split up in 2004.

In 2005 Soldaat contributed songs to The Cat-A-Day Tales project: a book (story: Aletta Schreuders, drawings: Herwolt van Doornen), accompanied by a 'soundtrack CD'.

Soldaat re-emerged in 2007 with the self-titled album of a new band, Do The Undo (also spelled as Do-The-Undo).

April 2009 saw the release of In Another Life, Anne Soldaat's first album under his own name, to overwhelming critical acclaim. Soldaat recorded the album with American singer/songwriter - and in this case producer and studio musician - Jason Falkner.

Anne Soldaat tours with his own Anne Soldaat Band, but also as the guitarist in the band of singer/songwriter and labelmate Tim Knol. He wrote music for 'Zout' ('Salt'), a dance theatre show by Rotterdam's Conny Janssen Danst before recording his second album - simply titled Anne Soldaat and once again recorded in Los Angeles with Jason Falkner - which is set for an August 2012 release.

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