Having started playing drums at age six, Dennis hit the stage with his first band when he was just twelve years old. After having obtained both a Bachelor and a Master’s Degree in Music at the Conservatorium Maastricht he moved to London and started working in the heart of the international music industry.
Dennis has since worked and toured with renowned artists such as Colossa, Ellen Foley (Meat Loaf) and Ijdi and shared the stage with Andy Timmons, Triggerfinger, Royal Republic and Ian Siegal among others. Having established a reputation as a versatile musician, he has joined multiple artists across Europe on theatre tours, club tours and for other projects. Futhermore he’s collaborated on dozens of albums and also recorded music featured on popular tv shows including ’House’.
Dennis is fully in his element performing with Queen Must Go On: ”as musicians we spend a lot of time listening to others and learning from other drummers as well as musicians in general. Studying the all time greats to try and understand what they do that makes them and their band so good is essential..and a lot of fun. Roger Taylor is one of those all time greats and taking up his role in this band is incredibly gratifying!”