Marga Scheide's latest news: Guest artist at Piv Huvluv's Vinylvreter Shows and Het DNA van Nederpop



* Here are Marga Scheide's next guest performances as part of Piv Huvluv's Vinylvreter tour through Flanders (Belgium):

  • February 4th, 2022 at 8.15 pm

Location: CC De Schakel in Waregem, Belgium

  • February 10th, 2022 at 8.15 pm

Location: Meeting and Event Center Staf Versluys in Bredene, Belgium

  • April 15th, 2022 at 8.00 pm

Location: CC De Spil in Roeselare, Belgium

Performance initially scheduled for December 17th, 2021 and delayed to April 15th, 2022


More information at https://pivhuvluv.be/nl/agenda/agenda


Marga already performed during three of Piv Huvluv's shows. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the former Luv' lady was obliged to postpone a couple of her guest appearances.


* Two days ago, the legendary Dutch record producer Eddy Ouwens posted pictures of himself with Marga Scheide and Paulette Groenewold-Bronkhorst (formerly of Champagne) on Facebook. Ouwens is currently hosting "Het DNA van Nederpop", a 10-part TV program about the history of Dutch pop music. He interviews iconic musicians, singers and producers who are part of the Nederpop scene (Dutch pop and rock from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s). The broadcast date of Ouwens' program has not been announced yet. Marga and Paulette are among the guests on the TV show.

Eddy Ouwens has been musically active since the late 1960s. He reached his peak internationally with two songs:


  • the 1975 Eurovision Song Contest winning song "Ding a Dong" performed by Teach-In (that he co-wrote)

  • the 1977 pop classic "I Remember Elvis Presley (The King Is Dead)" that he performed under the pseudonym of Danny Mirror. This single reached the number-one spot in the Netherlands, Flanders and Sweden and the Top 10 in the UK, Norway and Germany.

Paulette Groenewold-Bronkhorst was a member of the pop group "Champagne" whose productions were highly inspired by the ABBA's sound. Between 1976 and 1980, Champagne scored hit after hit (including "Rock And Roll Star", "Oh Me, Oh My, Goodbye" and "Valentino") in the Netherlands and other European countries. The group even won the 1977 Conamus Export Prize for "bestselling Dutch act abroad" (Luv' received the same award two years later).



Paulette Groenewold-Bronkhorst, Eddy Ouwens and Marga Scheide



Paulette Groenewold-Bronkhorst, TV director Michael Bakker and Marga Scheide


Source: Pivhuvluv.be, Facebook (Eddy Ouwens, Official Luv', Marga Scheide Fan Page)

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