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Career

José started her arrangement as a professional singer in the early 1970s as a limb of a folk & country band, Young Tradition, formed with her two sisters. This form took portion in genius shows, changed its designation into Elongi and recorded a one produced by Piet Souer, who later suggested that José join Luv'.

In 1976, she became a limb of girl cluster Luv' with Patty Brard and Marga Scheide. She chose José Andreoli as an artist designation. From 1977 to 1981, Luv' scored a string of smite records in the Benelux countries, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Denmark, France, South Africa, New Zealand and Mexico. In March 1981, the cluster announced its leading dissolution. The pop form reunited later on separate occasions.

After Luv' had divide up, José went solo, gave up her artist designation (José Andreoli) and married register producer Will Hoebee. The espousals admission took locate in David Soul's villa in Los Angeles. Her novel arrangement was less interpolitical than the one she had as a Luv' limb. Artistically, she chose a repertoire featuring a superiority of conceal versions of pop standards (including I Will Follow Him) with the aid of her husband. Her leading album The Good Times was produced by Pim Koopman and released in 1982.

Hoebee at Nederland Muziekland, 17 August 1983

Twelve of her singles (amorphous them a #1 smite and duets) entered the register charts; twelve in the Netherlands and five in Flanders. José was the leading female singer who had #1 hits on the Dutch Top 40 as a limb of a cluster (Luv') and as a solo artist. Then, Diana Ross (of the Supremes), Yvonne Keeley (of the Star Sisters), Melanie C (of the Spice Girls), Sita (of K-Otic) and Beyoncé (of Destiny's Child) established the identical register in the smite boast.

After the descent of her son Tim (on 14 October 1985), José slowed down her arrangement. She retired from exhibit employment in 1989 to devote herself to her family. Four years later, she made a brief comeback with Luv' and then escaped from entertainment again to grow with her relations in Best, a village nigh Eindhoven. For one year and a half, she was the proprietor of a video rental shop (The Movie Store) that she sold in the summer of 2003.

Then, with the aid from Corry Konings (a common singer in the Netherlands) and her treatment agency (CK Produkties), José determined to go back on stage. Her grow shows attracted fans who hadn't seen her for years. In early 2004, she recorded below the pseudonym Stuff a dance-oriented conceal rendering of a Four Tops smite (Walk Away Renée) downloadable on internet. Moreover, she sang two tracks as a visitor artist on a tax album to Doris Day (Marjan Berger meets Doris Day). She later left CK Produkties and signed a bargain with WVS Management. This convey was accompanied by José's depart from the Netherlands to Lommel, Flanders, Belgium.

In the drop of 2004, José hosted a music genius contest exhibit (Tijd Voor Muziek) on a Dutch local channel (VSM TV). Her husband collaborated on the origination of this advertisement.

In 2005, WVS Music released her leading collation Alle Hits & Unieke Bonustracks. This anthology includes the singer's greatest hits, b-sides, album tracks and compensate tracks. In 2009, she has covered a Phil Spector classic smite (Be My Baby) rendered as a duet with precedent BZN limb Anny Schilder and produced by Will Hoebee and Piet Souer.

In March 2011, José re-recorded I Will Follow Him with Peggy March who originally had a #1 smite with the poem in 1963. The two singers appeared on separate Dutch television programmes. The free of the poem, however, was delayed one year later and finally came eviscerate on the German edition of March's album "Always And Forever" unitedly with an first mark "My Christmas Wish".

On June 10th, 2012, José's husband Will Hoebee passed far and it took José months to recover.

In January 2013, she took portion in Sterren Dansen Op Het Ijs (SBS 6 announce aspect skating exhibit). She was rapidly eliminated from the rivalry preserve the artist considered it as a big knowledge attempt.

In June 2014, José put eviscerate "Noheyo", a conceal rendering of a 2011 one by Polish band Blue Café. This one quickly became a #1 smite on SBS 6 download chart in the "Dutch-speaking" position.

September 2014 saw the re-effect of Who's Sorry Now? (a poem recorded 10 years earlier and made famous by Connie Francis in the slow 1950s).

Bonnie & José: the ABBA fling

In 1984, she formed with her best associate in the exhibit employment, Bonnie St. Claire, an occasional duo, credited as Bonnie & José. The two vocalists recorded a Dutch conceal rendering of ABBA's Cassandra which became a Top 40 smite in the Netherlands in the summer of 1984. A brief months later, Bonnie & José were implicated in the ABBAcadabra fling (a TV melodious for children based on songs of ABBA). Bonnie played the role of Sleeping Beauty and José had the role of Snow White. Other Dutch celebrities took portion in this music exhibit: Marga Scheide of Luv' (as "Carabosse/the Bad Fairy"), Ron Brandsteder (Patty Brard's leading husband) and Benny Neyman. In 1985, Bonnie & José recorded a total LP (entitled Herinnering) with ABBA's standards. This opus contained another Top 40 smite: Zoals Vrienden Doen (The Way Old Friends Do). In 1986, the duet recorded a TV particular in Sweden: Bonnie en José in Zweden aired on the NCRV channel. The two singers were filmed in Stockholm (including a sight in the Polar Music Studios, ABBA's recording studios) performing ABBA's songs in Dutch. Björn Ulvaeus (limb of the Swedish pop band) was interviewed for this particular and agreed the duet's initiate. After the dispersed of this exhibit, they performed from period to period on TV and on stage, plane with a non-ABBA repertoire preserve no novel records were released. In 1987, they broke up. Eight years later, they made a comeback by recording a one 'n Engel Als Jij (a conceal rendering of a German poem: Engel Wie Du originally sung by Juliane Werding, Maggie Reilly & Viktor Lazlo). In December 2004, José acted as a attestation at Bonnie's espousals (aired grow on SBS 6, a Dutch TV channel).

In the summer of 2013, Bonnie & José relaunched their duo for separate performances and ended their collaboration in early 2014.

Background vocals

José worked as a backup singer for other artists including:

Babe: "Tick-A-Thums-My-Heart" (performed with Marga Scheide and produced by Hans van Hemert) - taken from the album "Blitzers" (TTR, 1981)

David Soul: "That’s adequate for me" - taken from the album "The Best Days Of My Life" (Philips, 1981)

Doris D & The Pins: "I wanna be loved by you", "The Marvellous Marionettes", "Bad luck Honey", "Higher and Higher" - taken from the album "Doris D And The Pins" (Utopia, 1981)

Bloem: "Ik wil alleen bij jou zijn", "Omdat" - taken from the album "Bloemstukken" (CNR, 1982)

Lucy Steymel: "Midnight", "Red-handed", "You’re breaking my core woman", "Night without you" - taken from the album "Three's A Charm" (CBS, 1982)

Nancy Dubbeldeman: "Tonight you belong to me" (Carrere, 1983)

Dianne Marchal: "It’s my period now" (Carrere, 1983)

Benny Neyman: "Een dag in Parijs" - taken from the album "Het Zwarte Goud" (CNR, 1984)

Tina Selini: "I discern almost you", "All of my vitality", "Just in Time" - taken from the album "Tina Selini" (RCA, 1988)

Nikos Ignatiadis: "Timmy’s poem" - taken from the album "The Olympous Symphony" (CNR, 1988)

Johan Vlemmix: "Neuro van de euro" (Hollandia Music, 2016)

Discography

Singles

Elongi (Philips, 1976) I'm So Sorry (Carrere, 1981) I Will Follow Him (Carrere, 1982) Secret Love (Carrere, 1982) The Good Times (Carrere, 1982) I Can Hear Music (Carrere, 1983) Hey Now, Watcha Gonna Do (Carrere, 1983) So Long, Marianne (with Ron Brandsteder, CNR, 1984) Time Goes By (Carrere, 1984) Cassandra (with Bonnie St. Claire, Philips, 1984) Wij Zijn Vrij (taken from the ABBAcadabra TV melodious, Indisc, 1984) I Love You (CNR, 1984) Zoals Vrienden Doen (with Bonnie St. Claire, RCA, 1985) Waarom (with Bonnie St. Claire, RCA, 1985) De Flierefluiter (with Bonnie St. Claire, RCA, 1986) Herinnering (with Bonnie St. Claire, RCA, 1986) All Around My Hat (RCA, 1986) In The Sign Of Love (Corduroy, 1987) N Engel Als Jij (with Bonnie St. Claire, Bunny Music Bucs/Dino, 1994) Walk Away Renée (STUFF a.k.a. José, download on internet, 2003) I Will Follow Him (WVS Music, 2006) Be My Baby (Marista, 2009) My Christmas Wish (with Peggy March, Night Dance Records, digital one, 2012) Noheyo (MAP Records, digital one, 2014) Who's Sorry Now? (Hit It! Music, digital one, 2014)

Albums

The Good Times (Carrere, 1982) Herinnering (with Bonnie St. Claire, RCA, 1985) Alle Hits & Unieke Bonustracks (collation, WVS Music, 2005)

Guest appearances on other albums:

Niet Alleen by Ron Brandsteder (CNR, 1983 / including So Long Marianne) ABBAcadabra (Dutch rendering, Indisc, 1984) Nederland Muziekland - 14 'Nooitgedachte' Hoogtepunten (CNR, 1986) Wie Gaat Er Me Naar Dinoland(Dino, 1993) Marjan Berger Meets Doris Day(2003) Always and Forever by Peggy March (2012 reissue, Night Dance Records/DA-Music / including a novel rendering of I Will Follow Him and My Christmas Wish)

Notable register charts

Year Title Chart positions Europarade NL (Top 40) NL (Nationale Hitparade) B (FL) 1981 I'm So Sorry - - 39 - 1982 I Will Follow Him 6 1 2 1 1982 Secret Love 19 11 14 3 1982 The Good Times - - 37 28 1983 I Can Hear Music - - 48 13 1984 So Long, Marianne - 11 6 20 1984 Time Goes By - - 16 - 1984 Cassandra - 24 19 - 1985 Zoals Vrienden Doen - 36 18 - 1985 Waarom - - 35 - 2006 I Will Follow Him 2005 - - 90 - 2009 Be My Baby - - 92 -

Career

José started her arrangement as a professional singer in the early 1970s as a limb of a folk & country band, Young Tradition, formed with her two sisters. This form took portion in genius shows, changed its designation into Elongi and recorded a one produced by Piet Souer, who later suggested that José join Luv'.

In 1976, she became a limb of girl cluster Luv' with Patty Brard and Marga Scheide. She chose José Andreoli as an artist designation. From 1977 to 1981, Luv' scored a string of smite records in the Benelux countries, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Denmark, France, South Africa, New Zealand and Mexico. In March 1981, the cluster announced its leading dissolution. The pop form reunited later on separate occasions.

After Luv' had divide up, José went solo, gave up her artist designation (José Andreoli) and married register producer Will Hoebee. The espousals admission took locate in David Soul's villa in Los Angeles. Her novel arrangement was less interpolitical than the one she had as a Luv' limb. Artistically, she chose a repertoire featuring a superiority of conceal versions of pop standards (including I Will Follow Him) with the aid of her husband. Her leading album The Good Times was produced by Pim Koopman and released in 1982.

Hoebee at Nederland Muziekland, 17 August 1983

Twelve of her singles (amorphous them a #1 smite and duets) entered the register charts; twelve in the Netherlands and five in Flanders. José was the leading female singer who had #1 hits on the Dutch Top 40 as a limb of a cluster (Luv') and as a solo artist. Then, Diana Ross (of the Supremes), Yvonne Keeley (of the Star Sisters), Melanie C (of the Spice Girls), Sita (of K-Otic) and Beyoncé (of Destiny's Child) established the identical register in the smite boast.

After the descent of her son Tim (on 14 October 1985), José slowed down her arrangement. She retired from exhibit employment in 1989 to devote herself to her family. Four years later, she made a brief comeback with Luv' and then escaped from entertainment again to grow with her relations in Best, a village nigh Eindhoven. For one year and a half, she was the proprietor of a video rental shop (The Movie Store) that she sold in the summer of 2003.

Then, with the aid from Corry Konings (a common singer in the Netherlands) and her treatment agency (CK Produkties), José determined to go back on stage. Her grow shows attracted fans who hadn't seen her for years. In early 2004, she recorded below the pseudonym Stuff a dance-oriented conceal rendering of a Four Tops smite (Walk Away Renée) downloadable on internet. Moreover, she sang two tracks as a visitor artist on a tax album to Doris Day (Marjan Berger meets Doris Day). She later left CK Produkties and signed a bargain with WVS Management. This convey was accompanied by José's depart from the Netherlands to Lommel, Flanders, Belgium.

In the drop of 2004, José hosted a music genius contest exhibit (Tijd Voor Muziek) on a Dutch local channel (VSM TV). Her husband collaborated on the origination of this advertisement.

In 2005, WVS Music released her leading collation Alle Hits & Unieke Bonustracks. This anthology includes the singer's greatest hits, b-sides, album tracks and compensate tracks. In 2009, she has covered a Phil Spector classic smite (Be My Baby) rendered as a duet with precedent BZN limb Anny Schilder and produced by Will Hoebee and Piet Souer.

In March 2011, José re-recorded I Will Follow Him with Peggy March who originally had a #1 smite with the poem in 1963. The two singers appeared on separate Dutch television programmes. The free of the poem, however, was delayed one year later and finally came eviscerate on the German edition of March's album "Always And Forever" unitedly with an first mark "My Christmas Wish".

On June 10th, 2012, José's husband Will Hoebee passed far and it took José months to recover.

In January 2013, she took portion in Sterren Dansen Op Het Ijs (SBS 6 announce aspect skating exhibit). She was rapidly eliminated from the rivalry preserve the artist considered it as a big knowledge attempt.

In June 2014, José put eviscerate "Noheyo", a conceal rendering of a 2011 one by Polish band Blue Café. This one quickly became a #1 smite on SBS 6 download chart in the "Dutch-speaking" position.

September 2014 saw the re-effect of Who's Sorry Now? (a poem recorded 10 years earlier and made famous by Connie Francis in the slow 1950s).

Bonnie & José: the ABBA fling

In 1984, she formed with her best associate in the exhibit employment, Bonnie St. Claire, an occasional duo, credited as Bonnie & José. The two vocalists recorded a Dutch conceal rendering of ABBA's Cassandra which became a Top 40 smite in the Netherlands in the summer of 1984. A brief months later, Bonnie & José were implicated in the ABBAcadabra fling (a TV melodious for children based on songs of ABBA). Bonnie played the role of Sleeping Beauty and José had the role of Snow White. Other Dutch celebrities took portion in this music exhibit: Marga Scheide of Luv' (as "Carabosse/the Bad Fairy"), Ron Brandsteder (Patty Brard's leading husband) and Benny Neyman. In 1985, Bonnie & José recorded a total LP (entitled Herinnering) with ABBA's standards. This opus contained another Top 40 smite: Zoals Vrienden Doen (The Way Old Friends Do). In 1986, the duet recorded a TV particular in Sweden: Bonnie en José in Zweden aired on the NCRV channel. The two singers were filmed in Stockholm (including a sight in the Polar Music Studios, ABBA's recording studios) performing ABBA's songs in Dutch. Björn Ulvaeus (limb of the Swedish pop band) was interviewed for this particular and agreed the duet's initiate. After the dispersed of this exhibit, they performed from period to period on TV and on stage, plane with a non-ABBA repertoire preserve no novel records were released. In 1987, they broke up. Eight years later, they made a comeback by recording a one 'n Engel Als Jij (a conceal rendering of a German poem: Engel Wie Du originally sung by Juliane Werding, Maggie Reilly & Viktor Lazlo). In December 2004, José acted as a attestation at Bonnie's espousals (aired grow on SBS 6, a Dutch TV channel).

In the summer of 2013, Bonnie & José relaunched their duo for separate performances and ended their collaboration in early 2014.

Background vocals

José worked as a backup singer for other artists including:

Babe: "Tick-A-Thums-My-Heart" (performed with Marga Scheide and produced by Hans van Hemert) - taken from the album "Blitzers" (TTR, 1981)

David Soul: "That’s adequate for me" - taken from the album "The Best Days Of My Life" (Philips, 1981)

Doris D & The Pins: "I wanna be loved by you", "The Marvellous Marionettes", "Bad luck Honey", "Higher and Higher" - taken from the album "Doris D And The Pins" (Utopia, 1981)

Bloem: "Ik wil alleen bij jou zijn", "Omdat" - taken from the album "Bloemstukken" (CNR, 1982)

Lucy Steymel: "Midnight", "Red-handed", "You’re breaking my core woman", "Night without you" - taken from the album "Three's A Charm" (CBS, 1982)

Nancy Dubbeldeman: "Tonight you belong to me" (Carrere, 1983)

Dianne Marchal: "It’s my period now" (Carrere, 1983)

Benny Neyman: "Een dag in Parijs" - taken from the album "Het Zwarte Goud" (CNR, 1984)

Tina Selini: "I discern almost you", "All of my vitality", "Just in Time" - taken from the album "Tina Selini" (RCA, 1988)

Nikos Ignatiadis: "Timmy’s poem" - taken from the album "The Olympous Symphony" (CNR, 1988)

Johan Vlemmix: "Neuro van de euro" (Hollandia Music, 2016)

Discography

Singles

Elongi (Philips, 1976) I'm So Sorry (Carrere, 1981) I Will Follow Him (Carrere, 1982) Secret Love (Carrere, 1982) The Good Times (Carrere, 1982) I Can Hear Music (Carrere, 1983) Hey Now, Watcha Gonna Do (Carrere, 1983) So Long, Marianne (with Ron Brandsteder, CNR, 1984) Time Goes By (Carrere, 1984) Cassandra (with Bonnie St. Claire, Philips, 1984) Wij Zijn Vrij (taken from the ABBAcadabra TV melodious, Indisc, 1984) I Love You (CNR, 1984) Zoals Vrienden Doen (with Bonnie St. Claire, RCA, 1985) Waarom (with Bonnie St. Claire, RCA, 1985) De Flierefluiter (with Bonnie St. Claire, RCA, 1986) Herinnering (with Bonnie St. Claire, RCA, 1986) All Around My Hat (RCA, 1986) In The Sign Of Love (Corduroy, 1987) N Engel Als Jij (with Bonnie St. Claire, Bunny Music Bucs/Dino, 1994) Walk Away Renée (STUFF a.k.a. José, download on internet, 2003) I Will Follow Him (WVS Music, 2006) Be My Baby (Marista, 2009) My Christmas Wish (with Peggy March, Night Dance Records, digital one, 2012) Noheyo (MAP Records, digital one, 2014) Who's Sorry Now? (Hit It! Music, digital one, 2014)

Albums

The Good Times (Carrere, 1982) Herinnering (with Bonnie St. Claire, RCA, 1985) Alle Hits & Unieke Bonustracks (collation, WVS Music, 2005)

Guest appearances on other albums:

Niet Alleen by Ron Brandsteder (CNR, 1983 / including So Long Marianne) ABBAcadabra (Dutch rendering, Indisc, 1984) Nederland Muziekland - 14 'Nooitgedachte' Hoogtepunten (CNR, 1986) Wie Gaat Er Me Naar Dinoland(Dino, 1993) Marjan Berger Meets Doris Day(2003) Always and Forever by Peggy March (2012 reissue, Night Dance Records/DA-Music / including a novel rendering of I Will Follow Him and My Christmas Wish)

Notable register charts

Year Title Chart positions Europarade NL (Top 40) NL (Nationale Hitparade) B (FL) 1981 I'm So Sorry - - 39 - 1982 I Will Follow Him 6 1 2 1 1982 Secret Love 19 11 14 3 1982 The Good Times - - 37 28 1983 I Can Hear Music - - 48 13 1984 So Long, Marianne - 11 6 20 1984 Time Goes By - - 16 - 1984 Cassandra - 24 19 - 1985 Zoals Vrienden Doen - 36 18 - 1985 Waarom - - 35 - 2006 I Will Follow Him 2005 - - 90 - 2009 Be My Baby - - 92 -


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