Joeri Fransen

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Joeri Fransen
Born (1981-07-10) 10 July 1981 (age 40)
NationalityBelgian
Occupationsinger
Known for Idool 2004

Joeri Fransen [1] (born 10 July 1981) is the winner of Idool 2004 , the Belgian version of Pop Idol . [2]

Contents

Idol performances

  1. Semi-Finals (group 1): "Lean On Me" (Bill Withers)
  2. Top 10: "If I Had A Rocket Launcher" (Bruce Cockburn)
  3. Top 9: "All Night Long" (Lionel Richie)
  4. Top 8: "Geen Toeval" (Marco Borsato)
  5. Top 7: "Everybody's Talking" (Harry Nilsson)
  6. Top 6: "Lovin Whiskey" (Rory Block)
  7. Top 5: "Feeling Good" (Nina Simone)
  8. Top 4: "Black" (Pearl Jam)
  9. Top 4: "Clocks" (Coldplay)
  10. Top 3: "Wicked Game" (Chris Isaak)
  11. Top 3: "Out of Time" (Chris Farlowe)
  12. Top 2: "Ya Bout To Find Out" (winner's single)
  13. Top 2: "Everybody's Talking" (reprise) (Harry Nilsson)
  14. Top 2: "Georgia on My Mind" (Ray Charles)

Discography

  1. "Ya Bout To Find Out"
  2. "Everybody's Talking"
  3. "Georgia on My Mind"
  4. "Ya Bout To Find Out" (instrumental)
  1. "High and Alive"
  2. "If I Had A Rocket Launcher"
  1. "Song For You"
  2. "If I Had A Rocket Launcher"
  3. "High and Alive"
  4. "You Gotta Learn"
  5. "Once A Man"
  6. "Scratch The Surface"
  7. "Here's To You"
  8. "True Lies"
  9. "Personality"
  10. "Brave Heart"
  11. "Ya Bout To Find Out"
  12. "We Came This Far"
  13. "Hold On to a Dream"
  1. "We Came This Far"
  2. "Stephanie Says"
  1. "True Lies"

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References

  1. Website Joeri Fransen Archived 23 August 2011 at the Wayback Machine
  2. Ruysbergh, Jan (9 July 2005). "Joeri Fransen zit niet graag stil". Het Nieuwsblad (in Dutch). Retrieved 15 October 2010.
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Season 2 (2004)
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