Lo van Gorp

In his teens Lo van Gorp played as a saxophonist in many jazz- and popbands and decided to study Jazz music at the conservatory of Hilversum. During and in the years before this education, he met many musicians with whom he started a band called: All the kings men. This band, playing exclusively original Hiphop/Jazz repertoire, produced by Reijn Ouwehand, won the first edition of the Heineken Crossover Award 1994.

Marco Borsato

After touring through the Netherlands with several productions, Lo started to work as a backingvocalist in the band of Marco Borsato and after some interruptions he still is nowadays. Besides being a member of this band he worked as singer/saxophonist in the band of Trijntje Oosterhuis for about ten years.


Since 1997 Lo mainly has been active as a singer, being one of the most popular session musicians in the country. Performing often with Candy Dulfer, Alain Clark, the New Amsterdam Orchestra and Edsilia Rombley, he also provides the backing-vocals for the Metropole Orkest on a regular basis. In addition to that he worked as a singer for numerous TV productions as: Het Metropole ontmoet..., Top 2000 in concert, Ik hou van Holland and Memories.

Liquid Spirits

In 2008 his first album along with Simone Pormes and Karel Boehlee (collectively The Princess Project) appeared on CD. The album is called Storybook. It is a high-end sound document to which many top-musicians of the Netherlands contributed. To be heard on the album are (a.m.o.): Toots Thielemans(Belgium), Peter Tiehuis and Hein van de Geyn. In December 2010 the live-DVD Storybook of The Princess Project appeared. Lo is currently working on a solo album.

Below some well-known references:

  • Al Jarreau (Live CD 2012)
  • Roger Hodgson(Supertramp)
  • Paul Carrack
  • Michael Kiwanuka
  • Lucie Silvas
  • Chaka Khan
  • Jon Allen
  • Tony Hadley
  • Oleta Adams
  • Raul Midon
  • Giorgia
  • Hans Vermeulen
  • Georgie Fame
  • Madeline Bell
  • Lee Towers
  • Rob de Nijs

Watch the videos below for an impression of Lo’s repertoire.

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