Throughout the years T-99 have shown themselves a constant factor on (pop) festivals and stages across Holland, Belgium, Germany, France, Switzerland, Austria, Great Britain and the US. The band has played (among many, many other stages) at Noorderslag, North Sea Jazz Festival, Latitude (UK), Popkomm (DE), Belgium Rhythm & Blues Festival (BE), Zwarte Cross and Eurosonic. The band shared en passant stages with legends such as Chuck Berry, Dr. John and Little Feat. Music by T-99 was used in several TV-shows and programs and the trio has done several other successful performances on national radio and tv. In 2008 the band was invited by BBC radio DJ Mark Lamarr to record exclusively at the London BBC studio’s for his popular radio show ‘God’s Jukebox’. In 2010 the band shone in theater production The Freak. And two years later their music was also used to provide power and punch to the movie Black Out.
After their stunning debut (Coo-Coo, 2001), they released their ‘voodoo-album’ Strange Things Happen (2004), that was followed by a ‘rootsy psychedelic’ album, ‘Cherrystone Park‘ in 2005. With Vagabonds (2007) T-99 created their ‘dirty down and out’ masterpiece. After a break to partake in several side-projects (Cuban Heels, Maison Du Malheur) in 2015 they issued their ‘best of’ entitled ‘The Various Sounds Of T-99’. But with these five albums and one EP (Strange Cherries, 2006) under their belt, T-99 were far from satisfied. And so there is “BEDLAM!”, an album full of musical and lyrical craziness, by three of the best roots rockers of the lowlands.
Mischa den Haring – vocals, guitars
Martin de Ruiter – vocals, drums, percussion
Donné la Fontaine – upright bass & rhythm guitar