Candy Dulfer

Candy Dulfer (Amsterdam, 19 September 1969) is a Dutch saxophonist. Candy Dulfer is the daughter of Hans Dulfer, also a well-known saxophonist. She performed with her father at a young age. At the age of 11 she made her first record with him. In 1982 she performed with her band Own Cultivation at the North Sea Jazz Festival. With drummer Joost Kesselaar, bass player Tom Jaburg (brother of the well-known Bas Jaburg), guitarist Eddy Polak (Tup) and trumpet player / singer Winfried Splinter, she wrote history: The Faya Lobbi room was packed with the youngest band from the history of the North. See Sea. Three years later she founded her own band, the Funky Stuff. Soon after, she performed regularly for radio and television. She also played along on the soundtrack of A Month Later. See for more.

My Funk

Clean Up Woman

Lily was here

Strasbourg – St. Denis

Our House is not a home

James Brown Medley – Live 1991

Brown Sugar

Just Friends (Sunny)

Addictive Love

Saxuality – Live 1990

Our house is not a home

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