It’s important to peak at the right time, and the Netherlands’ Douwe Bob is doing just that.
On April 28 he made his final television appearance before leaving for Stockholm to sing “Slow Down” at Eurovision.
He appeared on the popular Dutch talkshow De Wereld Draait Door, and followed that up with a special “farewell concert”. Performing in a small venue next to the television studio, he entertained an audience of 500 enthusiastic Douwe Bob fans.
Asked who his favourites were at Eurovision this year, he said that he didn’t know how to answer since he is such a “60s and 70s snob” when it comes to music.
However, he did admit that he liked France’s Amir very much as a person.
Amir also had some heartwarming words for Douwe Bob when he visited the Netherlands during Eurovision in Concert.
During the concert, which was livestreamed on the De Wereld Draait Door web site, Douwe sang some of his hits, including “Sweet Sunshine” and “Pass It On”, as well as his debut single “Multicoloured Angel”.
He also mixed things up with some songs from his upcoming album Fool Bar.
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