The ForEverly Brothers

Marcel Hufnagel

already scored a Dutch top-10 hit at the age of 14 and started his long career at the age of 17 as a professional lead singer and drummer in the successful band Clockhouse at the time. Marcel has made four classic albums, of which 450,000 copies have been sold worldwide. Due to his international successes, he once again came into contact with the repertoire of The Everly Brothers. As the interpreter of Phil Everly in a grand theater show with a live band in Dutch theaters, the love for the music of The Everly Brothers grew further.


Harold Verwoert

went to study classical singing at the Conservatory in Groningen after HAVO. During his military service, he auditioned for the theater show “Jeans!”, where he subsequently started working as a singer/dancer and became a vocal coach about 700 performances later. In addition to a career as a producer of TV programs, he remains successful as a singer. As 'Cool Piet', later Diego, he has more than 80 Sinterklaas songs to his name. He writes songs on commission, produces various vocal projects and has his own project studio where he records and sings backing vocals. Harold grew up with the music of The Everly Brothers from an early age.


Golden Oldies

Hits like; Bye Bye Love, Wake Up Little Suzie, All I Have To Do Is Dream, Claudette, Bird Dog, Devoted To You, Problems, Take A Message To Mary (Til) I Kissed You, Cathy's Clown, Walk Right Back and Ebony Eyes have all achieved the status 'Golden Record' and are indispensable in our music history. With their Tribute Act, Marcel and Harold want to perpetuate the legend. With great respect to the original artists and songs, they consider it an honor to introduce a new generation to this music.


Their passion for The Everly Brothers brings Marcel and Harold together. As with the American singing duo, the two friends love the harmonious vocals and both play guitar.

As ForEverly Brothers they like to perform the successful hits from the 50s and 60s, by the famous brothers Don and Phil Everly. The repertoire of successful country and rock 'nv roll songs is stylishly presented by Marcel and Harold in a 40-minute show.. At home and abroad they take old and new fans down memory lane.


All Together Now

In January 2020, the duo will participate in the successful TV program All Together Now. and they emerge as the winner of the competition and launch the song 'Bye Bye Love'.

The original was written by Boudleaux Bryan/Felice Bryant and performed by The Everly Brothers in 1957.