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The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

Frank Kraaijeveld with his Danelectro Longhorn - 1979.  The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

Frank Kraaijeveld with his Danelectro Longhorn - 1979. The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

The Bintangs are a Dutch rhythm and blues band. Founded in 1961 in Beverwijk as an indorock band,[1] they soon began playing a rougher, rhythm and blues-inflected style. The band had a four-year hiatus in the 1980s but reunited and are still active. The band has gone through many members (in 1985 they were in their 33rd lineup[2]), with Frank Kraaijeveld (bass and vocals) as a constant element. All pIctures were made in 1979.

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