|Born||19 May 1977|
|Origin||The Hague, Netherlands|
After winning the Dutch Jazz Vocal Competition in 2005, Hamel received significant attention from the Dutch media. He has since performed on several television shows and on the internationally-known North Sea Jazz Festival. His debut album, for which he wrote all of the twelve songs, was released to critical acclaim. It peaked at #40 on the Dutch Albums Top 100. Hamel also released the song "Breezy" as a single in Japan, where it reached #36 on the Tokio Hot 100 chart.
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- Review of Hamel on Revu.nl Archived 2007-10-09 at the Wayback Machine (in Dutch), accessed on September 25, 2007
- Review of Hamel on KindaMuzik (in Dutch), accessed on September 25, 2007
- Short overview article about Wouter Hamel (in Dutch), accessed on September 25, 2007
- αCharts.us page on Hamel, accessed September 13, 2007
- Tokio Hot 100 Chart (in Japanese, but intelligible), accessed September 25, 2007 (select year 2007, month 10, week 1 for the intended issue) and also he debut in korea
- "Support Caro Emerald". 24 October 2011.
- "Discografie Wouter Hamel". Dutch Charts (in Dutch). Retrieved 18 March 2021.
- "Discografie Wouter Hamel". Ultrapop (in Dutch). Retrieved 18 March 2021.
- "ウーター・ヘメルの作品". Oricon (in Japanese). Retrieved 18 March 2021.
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