Bert van de Kamp

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Bert van de Kamp

Bert van de Kamp (8 March 1947 – 9 April 2020) was a Dutch music journalist. He was known for his interviews with pop stars in the Dutch Muziekkrant OOR. He was born in Rotterdam. In 1972 van de Kamp won the prize: Wordt Popjournalist en Vlieg naar Londen!.

From 1973 to 1977 he was writer of Muziekkrant OOR. He wrote about many music styles; of hardrock to singer-songwriters. From 1977 to 1980 he was correspondent in London for Muziekkrant OOR and the KRO radio and television magazine Studio. In 1995 he won the first Pop Pers Prijs [nl].

Kamp died in Utrecht on 9 April 2020, aged 73.[1][2][3]

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