Frans Bronzwaer is a singer-songwriter who started writing songs in the seventies. From 1961 he was guitarist / singer and composer of the band The Interpreters and Py-Set.
in 1971 he started his solo career. Record company Polydor released 3 singles in the Netherlands under his stage name “Richard Neal”. In 2009, the album “Song on the shelf” was released, with 22 songs remastered from their original recordings between 1970 and 1980. In December 2016, the new album “40” was released with the single “All right for us”, a song about the refugee problem in Europe. Frans Bronzwaer has since released several albums with instrumental and vocal tracks.