Candy Dulfer is a Dutch jazz and pop saxophonist. She is the daughter of jazz saxophonist Hans Dulfer. She began playing at age six and founded her band Funky Stuff when she was fourteen. Her debut album Saxuality received a Grammy nomination. She has performed and recorded with Hans Dulfer, Prince, Dave Stewart, Van Morrison, Angie Stone, Maceo Parker and Rick Braun and has performed live with Alan Parsons, Pink Floyd, and Tower of Power. She hosted the Dutch television series Candy Meets..., in which she interviewed musicians. In 2013, she became a judge in the fifth season of the Dutch version of X Factor.
|Born:||September 19, 1969, Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|Genres:||Jazz, funk, soul|
|Labels:||BMG, N-Coded, Eagle, Heads Up|
|Website:||Candy Dulfer's Official site|
|Twitter:||Candy Dulfer's Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||Candy Dulfer's Facebook profile|
|IMDb:||Candy Dulfer's IMDb|
About Candy Dulfer
Known for her Grammy-nominated album Saxuality, as well as for being a session musician for bands like The Eurythmics.
Candy Dulfer Before Fame
She began playing the drums at five years old and picked up saxophone a year later.
Achievement of Candy Dulfer
She was a judge of the fifth season of the Dutch version of The X-Factor.
Candy Dulfer Family Life
Her father is Dutch saxophonist Hans Dulfer.
Associations of Candy Dulfer
Dulfer's band was the opening act for Madonna on two of the pop singer's European concerts.
Information related to Candy Dulfer
- The New Power Generation members
- Dutch jazz saxophonists
- Heads Up International artists
- Smooth jazz saxophonists
- Jazz alto saxophonists
- Dutch female singers
- Musicians from Amsterdam