The Netherlands: New single and upcoming jubilee-concert of Edsilia Rombley

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Dutch singer Edsilia Rombley, who represented her country at the 1998 and 2007 Eurovision Song Contest, has released a new single, together with the group Re-Play. Furthermore, she will be celebrating her 20th jubilee in the spotlights with a special concert.

Edsilia Rombley and Dutch R&B band Re-Play released Wat je doet met mij (“What you do to me“) on Friday 30 March 2017. As the singer revealed on Facebook, they sang the song live on Radio 538, followed by a performance in the TV-show Koffietijd (“Coffee Time”), on RTL 4.

Morgen release ik mijn nieuwe single 'Wat Je Doet Met Mij', samen met de mannen van Re-Play!'s Ochtends spelen we hem…

Posted by Edsilia Rombley on Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Moreover, Edsilia Rombley will perform a special jubilee-concert on Friday 12 may 2017, in Royal Theatre Carré, Amsterdam, marking her 20th anniversary as a solo artist. She began singing in the R&B girlband Dignity in 1995. Her solo career started in 1996, after winning the Dutch TV-show Soundmixshow, followed in 1997 with her victory at the European Soundmixshow, both with a cover of Oleta Adams‘ song I just had to hear your voice.

In 1998, Edsilia Rombley represented the Netherlands at the Eurovision Song Contest in Birmingham, the United Kindom, reaching a respectable 4th place with her song Hemel en aarde, earning 150 points.

The singer returned to the Eurovision stage in 2007, singing On top of the world (originally in Dutch: Nooit meer zonder jou) at the ESC in Helsinki, Finland. Unfortunately, she did not go through to the Grand Final, reaching a 21st place in the Semi-Final, with 38 points. However, she surprised the public by announcing the Douze Points from the Netherlands during the Grand Final 2007, together with former commentator Paul de Leeuw.

Enjoy EdsiliaRombley ft. Re-Play performing Wat je doet met mij live in the TV-show Koffietijd, and also Edsilia Rombley’s 1998 and 2007 Eurovision performances:

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