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Roland Van Campenhout or simply Roland (Boom, 25 July 1944) is a Flemish blues musician.
In 2000 Roland performed together with Wannes Van de Velde with whom he played his own songs and also covered Bob Dylan. In 2001 he played with the blues group El Fish. In 2003 he undertook a successful theater tour with Jean Blaute and Paul Michiels. In 2005, when he turned 60 and celebrated his 40-year career, he received a special gilded statue with inscription from the Ministry of Culture. In 2006 Roland performed at the 0110 concerts for tolerance. In 2008 he recorded the album Never Enough with Admiral Freebee, for which he received a Music Industry Award in the Best Artwork category a year later. In the fall of 2010 he went on Country Ladies - A tribute tour of the Flemish cultural centers with Nathalie Delcroix, Eva De Roovere and Tine Reymer as country ladies, and released 'Fortune cookie', an album with the trio Roland Van Campenhout. /Steven Debruyn/Tony Gyselinck. The trio also played a Radio 1 Session which was later released on record on the occasion of Record Store Day. In 2011 and 2012 he toured as a musician with the dance company Ultima Vez in the company of guitarist Elko Blijweert and drummer Jeroen Stevens. First for the short-term performance IT 3.0 (with choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui), later for the performance Oedipus/BÍt Noir, based on a text by Jan Decorte. In this last piece Roland also played a small part (Laos, the father of Oedipus). Through Ultima Vez he got to know guitarist Mauro Pawlowski better. In 2013, they recorded the album New Found Sacred Ground together, which also included The Black Box Revelation. On February 5, 2015, Roland was inducted into the Radio 2 Hall of Fame for a lifetime of music.
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