Tielman Brothers

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Tielman Brothers
Origin Dutch East Indies
Genres Rock & Roll
Years active 1947–1990
Labels Imperial Records, Ariola, Negram, Delta, Golden 12, Philips, EMI, Killroy, Dino
Associated acts Eurasia, Tielman Express, Andy And His Indonesians, Franky And The Timebreakers, Javalins, Black Dynamites
Website Tielman Brothers
Past members Andy Tielman
Reggy Tielman
Ponthon Tielman
Loulou Tielman
Jane Tielman
Franky Luyten
Alphonse Faverey
Hans Bax
Robby Latuperisa
George de Fretes
Benny Heynen
Leo Masengi
Maurice de la Croix
Harry Koster
Dolf De Vries
Ilse Uchtmann
Eddy Chatelin
Frans Sahupala
Harry Berg
Erik "Ricky" Van Eldik
Alex Van Haasen
Robby Van Haasen
Guus Van Haasen
Sonja Bautz
Francess
Frans Vitalis
Max Tahalele
Wim Noya

The Tielman Brothers was the first Dutch East Indies (Dutch-Indo) band to successfully venture into the international music scene in the 1950s. They were one of the pioneers of rock and roll in The Netherlands, later becoming famous in Europe for playing a kind of rock and roll later called Indorock, a fusion of Indonesian and Western music with roots in Kroncong.

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Andy Tielman with Chris Latul in 2007 (and an image of Eddie van Halen).

The founders of the band are the children of Herman Tielman from Kupang and Flora Lorine Hess. Although not the first band, the Tielman Brothers were at the forefront of what was later called the Indorock scene.

In March 2014 the last remaining member, Reggy Tielman, died aged 80. His brothers Andy (in 2011),[1] Ponthon (2000) and Loulou (1994) preceded him.[2]

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