Dinand Woesthoff

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Dinand Woesthoff

Marco Frank Ferdinand "Dinand" Woesthoff (born 6 September 1972) is a Dutch musician best known as the lead singer of the Dutch band Kane.

Woesthoff was born in Gorinchem and is of Indo (Eurasian) heritage. In 2004, Woesthoff teamed with Dutch trance DJ Tiësto to make "Rain Down on Me", which topped the Flemish Ultratop 50 charts on 14 February and 21 February 2004.

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On 17 September 2003, he married Dutch actress Guusje Nederhorst in Las Vegas. She died the following year from breast cancer, shortly after she had given birth to their son. Her funeral was held on 4 February 2004, which would have been her 35th birthday. The Kane song, "Dreamer (Gussie's song)", was written in her memory.[1]

On 30 May 2009, Woesthoff married British in Ibiza Lucy Hopkins with whom he has two sons.


  1. ^ IMDb bio for Guusje Nederhorst

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