In 1982, Nick recorded his first solo album, We Gotta Stop Meeting Like This under the pseudonym Chris Garner. A re-release on CD will appear in 2011 under his own name, titled: The Mysterious Disappearance of Mr. Garner. He performed with the Hamburg Philharmonic Orchestra and some of the finest German, Dutch and British musicians including Peter Weihe and Werner Becker. Later, he teamed up with Hugo de Bruin (Diesel) and Guus Willemse (Solution) for special recording sessions. 1984 Nick co-founded the Hooklinestudio just outside of Hamburg with producer/engineer Bernd Jost. This was in addition to his ongoing studio-gigs and stints as a sideman while touring Holland, Germany and the U.S. In 1989, he joined the hard-rock band Lone Age featuring British singer Keith Ellis (album: Mama, Just Look at me now).
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Nick Oosterhuis is a Dutch musician (keyboards, guitars, vocals), songwriter and producer (go to biography). He is the founder and owner of the Eject Music Publishing company and the Eject Studio (go to Eject Music). Nick has been fortunate to work (performing, producing and/or writing) with many international artists (go to references or discography). Nick Oosterhuis currently resides and works near Hamburg (Germany).