Ilse DeLange released a new single “I’ll Hold On”. The song is composed by Ilse DeLange and Martijn Van Agt.
Ilse DeLange was born on 13 May 1977, in Almelo, the Netherlands. Her full name is Ilse Annoeska de Lange. She is an established Dutch singer mainly singing pop, pop-rock and country. In 1998, she recorded her first album “World Of Hurt” at Nashville, which was certified five-times platinum. The album was also charted in Belgium. In 2020, she released her tenth studio album “Changes”. In 2013 and for two seasons she became a coach on the Dutch version of The Voice. In 2014, she represented her country with the band The Common Linnets. Her entry “Calm after the storm” managed to place 2nd with 238 points, beaten only by Conchita by Austria. Since 2016 she is coach almost in every season of The Voice kids of the Netherlands. She is also a coach on the senior version of the same project, since 2018. While she was coaching on The Voice she met Duncan Laurence who auditioned for the show and joined her team. She is actually the one that submitted Arcade to the Dutch public broadcaster.
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