The Busquitos play a very catchy mix of brilliantly played music and dazzling, funny entertainment that will put a smile on everyone’s face! The fun they have playing their music rubs off on their audiences as enormous amount of positive feedback they get every show proves.

 

The Busquitos play their merry jazzy tunes, sung with a Louis Armstrong like hoarse voice… And if the time is right they will mingle and play a serenade, organize a limbo- or line dance, or get the audience to sing along to one of their catchy jazzy tunes. Musical entertainment for all ages!

 

The Busquitos are: Jelle van Tongeren - violin, Thomas Streutgers – saxophone,  Daniel Versteegh – guitar, Ronald de Jong - double bass & vocals

 

The Busquitos play a large variety of music. Hot Club, Jazz, Pop, Rock & Roll, Classical Music, you’ll hear it all! Songs by Disney, Django Reinhardt, the Mills Brothers, Sonny Rollins and Irving Berlin, to name a few, as well as catchy tunes like Yackety Sax (Benny Hill) and The Nanny.

And The Busqutios play more and more original Busquitos-songs!!

 

The Busquitos released 4 CD’s, 2016 will bring their first all original Album. They have proven their skills on the streets, parties, pubs and big stages at international jazz festivals. They performed in Holland, Belgium, Germany, The UK, Ireland, Switzerland, Italy and Turkey, as well as a two weeks tour with15 shows in South-Korea!

The Busquitos very often are asked to return the year after at big festivals. For instance at Cork-Jazz (IE)(3x), Bamberg-Jazz(D), Maschseefest(D), Oerol(NL)

 

The Busquitos won several international prices. A.o. : They were voted (by both Jury and Public) ‘Best Dutch Streetband’ on Dutch National Radio and they won the “Prix du public lors de l’édition 2014”” at the Swing In The Wind Festival, Estavayer Le Lac, Zwitserland

 

. Pressquotes:

 

"…These are brilliant Dutch musicians who deliver a fast-changing variety of musical styles. At one point the band’s zany antics succeeded in persuading some of the audience into a bout of musical chair ” Jazz Journal (UK) 2015

*…One of the most overlooked highlights was tucked away in the Old Oak, where Dutch group The Busquitos showcased their energetic and highly eccentric style of comedic jazz — jumping into the crowd at every opportunity, kidnapping audience members and staging mock weddings.”… Kelly O'Brain - Irish Examiner (IRELAND) 2015

“… an amazingly talented quartet, and to combine all that musical skill with a big dose of humour is a rare combination.” Dougall Jeffries – Tolmen Centre, Constantine (UK) 2015

“the 'Jazzy Giants' from Holland were incredibly entertaining and charming with a unique style of musicianship as they prowled around the dance floor looking for victims for their sculduggery; extremely humerous and entertaining” Swingrave (UK) 2016

“Fantastic band. Brilliant crowd interaction, brilliant musicianship, and one of the few acts I've found that's able to put authentic jazz music into a context that even people who don't listen to jazz will enjoy.

10/10

Probably the best band I saw last year, and likely the best one I'll see this year.”

Paul Bowley, Coalville, (UK) 2016

The Busquitos play a very catchy mix of brilliantly played music and dazzling, funny entertainment that will put a smile on everyone’s face! The fun they have playing their music rubs off on their audiences as enormous amount of positive feedback they get every show proves.

 

The Busquitos play their merry jazzy tunes, sung with a Louis Armstrong like hoarse voice… And if the time is right they will mingle and play a serenade, organize a limbo- or line dance, or get the audience to sing along to one of their catchy jazzy tunes. Musical entertainment for all ages!

 

The Busquitos are: Jelle van Tongeren - violin, Thomas Streutgers – saxophone,  Daniel Versteegh – guitar, Ronald de Jong - double bass & vocals

 

The Busquitos play a large variety of music. Hot Club, Jazz, Pop, Rock & Roll, Classical Music, you’ll hear it all! Songs by Disney, Django Reinhardt, the Mills Brothers, Sonny Rollins and Irving Berlin, to name a few, as well as catchy tunes like Yackety Sax (Benny Hill) and The Nanny.

And The Busqutios play more and more original Busquitos-songs!!

 

The Busquitos released 4 CD’s, 2016 will bring their first all original Album. They have proven their skills on the streets, parties, pubs and big stages at international jazz festivals. They performed in Holland, Belgium, Germany, The UK, Ireland, Switzerland, Italy and Turkey, as well as a two weeks tour with15 shows in South-Korea!

The Busquitos very often are asked to return the year after at big festivals. For instance at Cork-Jazz (IE)(3x), Bamberg-Jazz(D), Maschseefest(D), Oerol(NL)

 

The Busquitos won several international prices. A.o. : They were voted (by both Jury and Public) ‘Best Dutch Streetband’ on Dutch National Radio and they won the “Prix du public lors de l’édition 2014”” at the Swing In The Wind Festival, Estavayer Le Lac, Zwitserland

 

. Pressquotes:

 

"…These are brilliant Dutch musicians who deliver a fast-changing variety of musical styles. At one point the band’s zany antics succeeded in persuading some of the audience into a bout of musical chair ” Jazz Journal (UK) 2015

*…One of the most overlooked highlights was tucked away in the Old Oak, where Dutch group The Busquitos showcased their energetic and highly eccentric style of comedic jazz — jumping into the crowd at every opportunity, kidnapping audience members and staging mock weddings.”… Kelly O'Brain - Irish Examiner (IRELAND) 2015

“… an amazingly talented quartet, and to combine all that musical skill with a big dose of humour is a rare combination.” Dougall Jeffries – Tolmen Centre, Constantine (UK) 2015

“the 'Jazzy Giants' from Holland were incredibly entertaining and charming with a unique style of musicianship as they prowled around the dance floor looking for victims for their sculduggery; extremely humerous and entertaining” Swingrave (UK) 2016

“Fantastic band. Brilliant crowd interaction, brilliant musicianship, and one of the few acts I've found that's able to put authentic jazz music into a context that even people who don't listen to jazz will enjoy.

10/10

Probably the best band I saw last year, and likely the best one I'll see this year.”

Paul Bowley, Coalville, (UK) 2016

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