Koos Alberts will find the absence of music on public radio stations, a shame
Koos Alberts will find it worthless that the Dutch music hardly played on public radio stations.
“I think it’s a shame that I was in the Netherlands, the country in which I load pay, not to hear am on Radio 1, 2 or 3,” says the 70-year-old singer in an interview with Panorama.
“That so’n programmeurtje is often still a very young guy also, who determines that we singers of sentimental songs no longer be turned. I think it’s ridiculous,” said Alberts, known for hits like I tore up your picture and your eyes.
It is the singer not only to his own oeuvre that barely rotated. “Especially for the guys, as of now, I think it is a bad thing. I’ve been often enough turned. When I started twelve times per day.”