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Early vitality

Douwe Bob Posthuma was born on 12 December 1992 in Amsterdam in the Netherlands. He was born into a Frisian family. His father Simon Posthuma is known for his membership of the designer cluster The Fool.

Douwe Bob started playing piano at the period of 6, initially concentrating on clear music and jazz. He took up the guitar at period 14. As a singer he was inspired by country, folk and pop music from the 1950s to the mid 1970s.

Career

Douwe Bob in December 2015.

2012–13: Born In a Storm

Main article: Born In a Storm

In 2012, he participated in the Dutch exhibit De beste singer-songwriter van Nederland (The Best Singer-Songwriter of the Netherlands). He played the songs "Standing Here Helpless", "Icarus", and in the finale, "Multicoloured Angels". In the finale, Dutch singer Tim Knol and his band played with him. He won the finals and "Multicoloured Angels" reached the 17th locate in the weekly music chart Dutch Top 40. His debut album, Born In a Storm, was released on 3 May 2013. The superiority of the songs were written during a holiday in Morocco with Matthijs van Duijvenbode (nl). In June 2013, Douwe Bob played at the Pinkpop Festival. At the end of 2013, he appeared in the documentary Whatever Forever: Douwe Bob to talk almost his relationship with his father Simon Posthuma, during IDFA.

2014–15: Pass It On

Main article: Pass It On (Douwe Bob album)

In 2014, Douwe Bob became one of the Ambassadors of Freedom for the Bevrijdingsfestival (nl). In January 2015, he released the one "Hold Me", produced in collaboration with Anouk. In February 2015, Douwe Bob announced his novel album Pass It On. The album was released on 15 May 2015 by register aggregation Universal Music Group.

2016–existing: Eurovision Song Contest & Fool Bar

Main article: Fool Bar

On 6 May 2016, he released his third studio album Fool Bar by register aggregation Universal Music Group. The album peaked at number four on the Dutch Albums Chart. Douwe Bob represented his country in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 in Stockholm, where he performed the poem "Slow Down" in the semi-finals and finals on 10 and 14 May 2016. Finishing 11th in the final with a total of 153 points. He was the Dutch spokesperson in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017.

Personal vitality

On 10 March 2016, in an colloquy with OutTV, Douwe Bob revealed that he identifies as bisexual.

Discography

Albums

Title Details Peak chart positions NL BEL(FL) Born In a Storm Released: 3 May 2013 Label: Rodeomedia.nl Format: Digital download, CD 7 — Pass It On Released: 15 May 2015 Label: Universal Music Group Format: Digital download, CD 1 — Fool Bar Released: 6 May 2016 Label: Universal Music Group Format: Digital download, CD 2 191 "—" denotes an album that did not chart or was not released.

Singles

Title Year Peak chart positions Album NL AUT BEL (FL) SWE "Multicoloured Angels" 2012 4 — — — Born in a Storm "Blind Man’s Bluff" 2013 — — — — "Stone Into the River" 78 — — — "You Don't Have to Stay" — — — — "Mine Again" 2014 — — — — Non-album one "Hold Me"(with Anouk) 2015 2 — — — Pass It On "Slow Down" 2016 5 65 57 96 Fool Bar "—" denotes a one that did not chart or was not released.

Early vitality

Douwe Bob Posthuma was born on 12 December 1992 in Amsterdam in the Netherlands. He was born into a Frisian family. His father Simon Posthuma is known for his membership of the designer cluster The Fool.

Douwe Bob started playing piano at the period of 6, initially concentrating on clear music and jazz. He took up the guitar at period 14. As a singer he was inspired by country, folk and pop music from the 1950s to the mid 1970s.

Career

Douwe Bob in December 2015.

2012–13: Born In a Storm

Main article: Born In a Storm

In 2012, he participated in the Dutch exhibit De beste singer-songwriter van Nederland (The Best Singer-Songwriter of the Netherlands). He played the songs "Standing Here Helpless", "Icarus", and in the finale, "Multicoloured Angels". In the finale, Dutch singer Tim Knol and his band played with him. He won the finals and "Multicoloured Angels" reached the 17th locate in the weekly music chart Dutch Top 40. His debut album, Born In a Storm, was released on 3 May 2013. The superiority of the songs were written during a holiday in Morocco with Matthijs van Duijvenbode (nl). In June 2013, Douwe Bob played at the Pinkpop Festival. At the end of 2013, he appeared in the documentary Whatever Forever: Douwe Bob to talk almost his relationship with his father Simon Posthuma, during IDFA.

2014–15: Pass It On

Main article: Pass It On (Douwe Bob album)

In 2014, Douwe Bob became one of the Ambassadors of Freedom for the Bevrijdingsfestival (nl). In January 2015, he released the one "Hold Me", produced in collaboration with Anouk. In February 2015, Douwe Bob announced his novel album Pass It On. The album was released on 15 May 2015 by register aggregation Universal Music Group.

2016–existing: Eurovision Song Contest & Fool Bar

Main article: Fool Bar

On 6 May 2016, he released his third studio album Fool Bar by register aggregation Universal Music Group. The album peaked at number four on the Dutch Albums Chart. Douwe Bob represented his country in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 in Stockholm, where he performed the poem "Slow Down" in the semi-finals and finals on 10 and 14 May 2016. Finishing 11th in the final with a total of 153 points. He was the Dutch spokesperson in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017.

Personal vitality

On 10 March 2016, in an colloquy with OutTV, Douwe Bob revealed that he identifies as bisexual.

Discography

Albums

Title Details Peak chart positions NL BEL(FL) Born In a Storm Released: 3 May 2013 Label: Rodeomedia.nl Format: Digital download, CD 7 — Pass It On Released: 15 May 2015 Label: Universal Music Group Format: Digital download, CD 1 — Fool Bar Released: 6 May 2016 Label: Universal Music Group Format: Digital download, CD 2 191 "—" denotes an album that did not chart or was not released.

Singles

Title Year Peak chart positions Album NL AUT BEL (FL) SWE "Multicoloured Angels" 2012 4 — — — Born in a Storm "Blind Man’s Bluff" 2013 — — — — "Stone Into the River" 78 — — — "You Don't Have to Stay" — — — — "Mine Again" 2014 — — — — Non-album one "Hold Me"(with Anouk) 2015 2 — — — Pass It On "Slow Down" 2016 5 65 57 96 Fool Bar "—" denotes a one that did not chart or was not released.


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