Not only is he the frontman and lead singer of Bourbon favorite Hurricane Joy, Romeo Boldewijn also is part of the Bourbon Street bar team. Every Monday night, in between pouring drinks, he joins house band Mosquito during their open jam session. Jamming is something that comes natural to him. From a young age, that’s what he used to do for fun. With neighbourhood friends, he would spend hours on end making music. His heroes back then were the absolute greats: artists like Bob Marley, The Doors, André Hazes, Michael Jackson, Seal and Iron Maiden. He still profits from this broad taste in music. Hurricane Joy’s repertoire is more diverse than any jukebox. This approach hasn’t changed. He can still enjoy any kind of music that’s out today. All these musical influences were bundled in an album only a few years ago. The accompanying promotion tour, made possible by clothing store America Today, was one to remember. Hurrican Joy plays once a month at Bourbon Street. Come on down and check them out, because no two shows are ever the same!