Wim De Craene – Hoor. Label: Cbs – a 3207. Translated By – Wim De CraeneWritten-By – A. Cranmore, A. Sergent. Written-By – Wim De Craene.
Read Wim De Craene's bio and find out more about Wim De Craene's songs, albums, and chart history. Get recommendations for other artists you'll love. Wim De Craene was born in a catholic family with seven children. At the age of sixteen he began to travel. He studied nursing and drama, but broke off his studies prematurely. With the income he earned as a sweep and a barman, de Craene bought his first guitar. In late 60s, he was a member of the Flemish folkgroup Ja, and was discovered by Miel Cools. At eighteen he went to Amsterdam to get to live closer to his mentor Ramses Shaffy. Shaffy let him perform in the café-chantant 'T Cloppertjen. As a way of saying thank you and expressing his admiration de Craene named his son Ramses
Willem Marcel (Wim) De Craene (30 July 1950 – 14 September 1990) was a Flemish Belgian singer. His most famous songs were 'Rozane' (1975), 'Tim' (1975) and 'Breek uit jezelf' (1988). At the age of 18 he went to Amsterdam because his mentor Ramses Shaffy was living there. 1975 was his most popular year as an artist. In 1990 De Craene committed suicide. He took an overdose of medication.
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