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Other / Folk Rock Callac, FR  FR
Painting out in the Rain
Generation Blame (to return to the place...)
Tom Waits & Larry Changes


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  • Eddie Ray Franks Jr (Artist)
    Eddie Ray Franks Jr
    Dropping by to show support and wish much success with your music. Have a great evening. Eddie Ray
  • Townshadows (Artist)
    Beautiful songs ! congrats !
  • HiperChel (Artist)
    ROCK ON!!! Really enjoyed your arrangements. Much love from Ukraine.
  • Brian Haley (Artist)
    Brian Haley
    Wow! Great stuff guys! You've nailed that early CSN and Beatlesque type of sound, at the same time as being original in your delivery. Awesome guys. All the best!
  • The Professor and Naomi Kay (Artist)
    The Professor and Naomi Kay
    Wow! This is some of the BEST music we have heard in a long time. Amazing writing, such a sweet overall sound, and tons of talent. Excellent!
  • Sick Bird (Artist)
    Sick Bird
    Great music u have here!! Check me out when u have time: http://sickbirdmusic.com



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  • Sandro


Label: Iron Mountain Records

Manager: Belle Van Hollebeke

Bio: Sandro and Brian perform together as Kjudos. Originally from Belgium and the UK respectively, they now live in the heart of rural Brittany. A chance meeting at an informal music session in August 2010 began a friendship that blossomed into performing locally and further afield in Belgium. Live, t...See Full Bio

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Brian Rust

Acoustic Guitar

Sandro - Vocals/Piano/Guitars/Bass/Violin/Mandolin/Drums. Brian - Guitars/Vocals/Mandolin.


Sandro Vanden Berghe





“The songs are a kind of accessible semi-acoustic folk, pop with a hint of rock, and a pleasant 60’s early 70’s theme. They must have a lot of records from the Californian scene in their music collection, like Crosby, Stills & Nash and James Taylor. At least that’s what the vocal harmonies, musical tone and colour suggests. A few of their songs made me think of the progressive rock band Yes, and Jon Anderson. Whether this is the vocals or a certain instrumental colour? Who Knows? One thing you can be sure of is that these boys grew up with the symphonic and melodious rock of the 70’s and 80’s, such as Yes, Genesis, ELO... They have delivered quite a good album with songs that I’d recommend such as, “Someone like you”, “Once we were neighbours”, “You don’t really want to be here” and “Generation Blame (to return to the place...)” I would really hope to see them live one day.”

— Bernard van Hoegearden., Americana Media Productions

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Waits & Changes
Nov 29, 2013

Waits & Changes is now available from http://kjudos.bandcamp.com/album/waits-cha... [more]

"Waits and Changes"
Jun 1, 2012

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