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René Shuman (Geleen, December 5, 1967) is a singer, guitarist, composer and producer.
Shuman gained national fame in 1986 for his performance in Henny Huisman's Soundmixshow for his successful interpretation of the music of Elvis Presley. As an artist and composer, Shuman received a recording contract with Sony/CBS, where 5 released an album with its own repertoire.

He shot video clips in Argentina and Brazil. He also produced an album in Rio de Janeiro. He also recorded a duet in Los Angeles with Phil Everly (Everly Brothers), wrote repertoire with greats such as Ben Weisman, Mike Stoller and was often invited to perform in the USA. He worked with the original band members of Elvis Presley. Featuring The Jordanairs', the TCB Band, drummer DJ Fontana, Cherrill Nielsen, Scotty Moore, Charly Hodge, Kathy Westmoreland.

In the poll chosen by the public, the Sena Guitar Awards, he has been in the top 3 of the best guitarists in the Netherlands several times. René developed his own style of guitar playing on Gretsch guitar. It is a combination of rock-a-billy, blues and fingerpicking. Atkins was his role model and Shuman saw the opportunity to work with him in America in 1992.

After Shuman considered emigrating to the United States in the late 1990s, he came into contact with Angel-Eye in 2000, which meeting led to a long-term collaboration under the name Shuman & Angel-Eye. The international name of Shuman & Angel-Eye is 'The Dream'.

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