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Tom Vanstiphout

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Origin  Belgium
Genres  Pop music
Name  Tom Vanstiphout

Labels  Dreamteam, LC Music
Years active  1995–present
Record label  LC Music
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Born  29 April 1975 (age 40) Kapellen, Belgium (1975-04-29)
Website (Dutch)
Role  Musician ·
Albums  Little Beams of Light, Playing Guitar Helps
Similar People  Jan Leyers, Milow, Pieter Embrechts, Clouseau, Paul Michiels

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Tom Vanstiphout (born 29 April 1975) is a Belgian musician who has made four solo albums and has toured with Clouseau, Jan Leyers and Milow.


Vanstiphout was born in Kapellen. He started his musical career with Morbid Elly, a short-lived band with his sister which only produced one six song demo tape. He then became a professional musician as a live band member for a number of Belgian artists like Jan Leyers, Clouseau or Milow. He also regularly played with De Laatste Showband in a daily talkshow on Eén.

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In his solowork, he is mainly influenced by James Taylor. He made his first album, Motion, in 2004, which landed him a number of concerts, a.o. on Folk Dranouter. In 2009, he released a second album, Working Man. In 2013, he released Little Beams of Light and in December 2015 he released Playing Guitar helps.

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He is often considered one of Belgium's finest musicians, both as a studio musician and as a live performer. In 2009, he was one of the four nominees for Best Musician at the MIA's, the Belgian Music Industry Awards.

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  • 2004: Motion (full CD)
  • 2009: Working Man (full CD)
  • 2013: "Little beam of Lights" (full CD)
  • 2015: "Playing Guitar helps" (full CD)
  • Collaborated

  • 2002: Neeka, Candy Comfort
  • 2008: Milow, Coming of Age
  • References

    Tom Vanstiphout Wikipedia