Peter Pan Speedrock

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Peter Pan Speedrock
Peter Pan Speedrock.jpg
Peter Pan Speedrock at Graspop 2005 with mascotte Dikke Dennis
Picture: Rudy de Doncker
Background information
Origin Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Genres Punk rock, hard rock, psychobilly
Years active 1997–present
Labels Suburban Records, Bitzcore Records
Website official website
Members Peter van Elderen
Bart Nederhand
Bart Geevers
Past members Bob Muileboom
Notable instruments
Electric Guitar
Bass guitar

Peter Pan Speedrock (PPS or PPSR in short) is a Dutch band from Eindhoven.


The band was founded in 1995 by guitarist Peter van Elderen. He was joined by drummer Bart Nederhand and bass player Bob Muileboom in making their first self-titled album. After this album Muileboom was replaced by Bart Geevers, who would stay to be a permanent member. The trio is known for their honest, no-nonsense rock n' roll songs and has a good reputation when it comes to live shows. They are often joined by guest singer and stage clown 'Dikke Dennis' (Fat Dennis). Peter Pan Speedrock has grown out to be an established name in the Dutch rock n' roll scene.[1] On November 26th 2016, after 20 year of band history, they ended their career with a farewell concert at the concert venue "Effenaar" in Eindhoven, with a sold out show.




  • 'Dikke Dennis & Friends' (2001)
  • 'Resurrection' (2002)
  • 'Go Satan Go'


  1. ^ "Peter Pan Speedrock biografie (Dutch)". Retrieved 2007-04-11. 

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