Bauer (band)

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Origin Amsterdam, Netherlands
Genres Indie rock, orchestral pop
Years active 1999–present
Labels Basta Music
Members Berend Dubbe
Past members Sonja van Hamel (2000 - 2006)

Bauer is a band founded in 1999 by former Bettie Serveert drummer Berend Dubbe and based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. To support the debut Bauer album with live shows, Dubbe formed a live band and with member Sonja van Hamel, Bauer was presented as a pop-duo from 2000-2006.[1] Together, they released three records. In 2000, Bauer won a Zilveren Harp (Silver Harp) awarded by Dutch organization BUMA/STEMRA.[2] What began as electropop on earlier albums [3] developed over time into orchestral pop.[4]

In 2016, after almost 10 years, there is a new Bauer album: Eyes Fully Open. Like 1999's On the Move, it is a solo album (Dubbe). It is the first Bauer album released on Basta Music [5] (previously the band was signed to Excelsior Recordings Partners in Crime, and Wabana).


Year Title Label Other information
1999 On the Move Excelsior Recordings Solo album (Berend Dubbe)
2000 Can't Stop Singing Partners in Crime Records
2001 Can't Stop Singing Wabana Records USA release
2004 Baueresque Excelsior Recordings
2006 The Bauer Melody of 2006 Excelsior Recordings featuring Metropole Orkest
2016 Eyes Fully Open Basta Music Solo album (Berend Dubbe)


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