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Gino Vannelli & Michiel Borstlap 2007 Tour

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Michiel Borstlap after a concert by Michiel Borstlap and His Trio in Holland and it clicks. They decide to work on a completely new musical project... Two Masters working together gives electricity, power and new plans for duoconcerts in 2007 in Holland, Italy, United Kingdom and Montral in Canada... Montral already happened at Sunday evening 17 December 2006 in the Musimax studio where they recorded a 1 hour tv show which will air in Canada for more than a million people... The date of broadcast will be announced soon... When Gino is ready mixing this Musimax show.

A few Gino Vannelli songs they perform live in a way you have never ever seen and heard before: Rock Me To Heaven, These Are The Days, Wild horses, Right Where I Am and much, much more...

From September up to 17 December 2006 Gino and Michiel rehearsed and all those rehearsals were very powerful and Gino Vannelli's inspiration grows bigger and wider and more writing comes out of Gino Vannelli's fingers and heart. Must be the Dutch Amsterdam air... Fall Flower, In The League Of Judas, Knight of the Road and Don't give Up on Me

They play for an audience for the very first time as a duo on the ANWB Christmas party on Wednesday 13 December 2006. Michiel Borstlap plays the piano and Gino sings “People Gotta Move" of course, the song the ANWB uses in all their commercials on radio and tv and they use it already for the second year... So we are looking forward to these great duoconcerts and when we know or hear something we will write it down on our Gino Vannelli tour data and information web page.

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