2002 was an important year for saxophone diva Candy Dulfer. Immediately after touring in Japan with her band Funky Stuff, she went on to join up with Prince's One Nite Alone tour in the U.S. She performed in sold out stadiums, right next to her big hero, Maceo Parker, and could be found jamming at aftershows with the likes of Alicia Keys, Sheila E., George Clinton and Musiq Soulchild. Prince also asked his favorite sax player to help him out on his European tour. Candy is a musician who has shared the stage and the recording studio with many a famous name. Maceo Parker, Prince, Van Morrison, Patti Labelle, Aretha Franklin, Blondie and Dave Stewart; they couldn't wait to hook up with the sympathetic musician. She is extremely popular in the U.S. and Japan and has performed on all the big TV shows. Nevertheless, she's quite down-to-earth about it all and is still very much in charge in her own band. The stubborn sax-playing girl from Broek in Waterland who started in a marching band and was at one point allowed to warm up the crowd for a Madonna show in the Rotterdam arena, is now someone to be proud of. With her father, Dutch jazz legend Hans Dulfer, she recently fulfilled their wish of making a duet record. The result, bursting with funk and bop, is called Dulfer Dulfer. She recently released another new album, recorded in London, bearing the title Right in My Soul. And the most outstanding features? A new sound and Candy's singing: not bad...not bad at all!