Bart Peeters Biography
Bart Peeters is a Belgian musician, singer, actor and television presenter. He studied Germanic philology and drama in Antwerp.
Bart Peeters Early life
In his teenager in 1972, he played the title role in teen drama “Bart Banninks”. He presented some comedy and music shows aimed at teenagers. In 1978, together with Hugo Matthysen, Jan Leyers, (who he met in Antwerp) and Marc Kruithof played in a cover band known as Beri Beri, but as a musician, he gained his fame with The Radios. The band had an international hit with ‘She Goes Nana’ in 1991.
After gaining fame, he debuted his television career with the main role in the series “Dag Sinterklaas” in which he visited Sinterklaas in his castle. Following, he presented some of the most famous television shows in Flanders, like “De Droomfabriek” and “De Leukste Eeuw”. He presented a radio comedy show “Het Peulengaleis”, together with Hugo Matthysen, which gained a large cult following. He became the most famous television personality in Flanders and was selected to present large one-off shows like the tsunami relief telethon and presenting some television shows in The Netherlands.
He presented the Flemish selection show for the Eurovision Song Contest several times, and had his own talent show, he also presented several music shows. At the moment, he was also the drummer for The Clement Peerens Exposition, a parody rock band that started in his “Het Leugenpaleis” radio show.
Bart Peeters Age (Leeftijd)
He was born as Bart August Maria Peeters on 30 November 1959 in Mortsel, Belgium. He is 58 years old as of 2018.
Bart Peeters Family
He is the son of Suz Van Boeckel and Marcel Peeters. It is not known if he has any siblings.
Bart Peeters Wife
He is married to Anneke Bellens. The couple has two daughters and a son, they together live in Boechout near Antwerp.
Bart Peeters Optredens|Concert
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- Fri November 9, 2018, CC Asse Asse ccasse.be
- Sat, November 10, 2018, CC Asse Asse ccasse.be
- Sat, November 17, 2018, Theatrium Mechelen
- Wed 21 November 2018 CC Lokeren Lokeren
- Wed 22 November 2018 CC Lokeren Lokeren
- Sat, November 24, 2018, CC Achterolmen Maaseik achterolmen.be
- Fri November 30, 2018, GC Den Egger Scherpenheuvel
- Sat 1 December 2018 GC Den Egger Scherpenheuvel
- Fri, December 7, 2018 CC The Platform Ypres hetperron.be
- Sat, December 8, 2018 CC The Platform Ypres hetperron.be
- Fri December 14, 2018 CC Het Bolwerk Vilvoorde thebolwerk.be
- Sat December 15, 2018 CC Het Bolwerk Vilvoorde thebolwerk.be
- Wed December 19, 2018 CC Ter Dilft Bornem terdilft.be
- December 20, 2018 CC Ter Dilft Bornem terdilft.be
- Fri 1 February 2019 concert hall Bruges concertevents.be
- Sat, February 9, 2019 Stadsschouwburg Antwerp livecomedy.be
- fri 15 February 2019 Capitole Ghent livecomedy.be
- Sat February 16, 2019 Capitole Ghent livecomedy.be
- Fri February 22, 2019 De Warande Turnhout warande.be
- Sat, February 23, 2019 De Warande Turnhout warande.be
- Sat, February 27, 2019 The Depot Leuven hetdepot.be
- Fri 1 March 2019 The Depot Leuven hetdepot.be
- Fri 2 March 2019 The Depot Leuven hetdepot.be
- Sat, March 23, 2019 Ethias Theater Hasselt livecomedy.be
- Fri, March 29, 2019 Cultural center Maasmechelen ccmaasmechelen.be
- Sat, March 30, 2019 Kursaal Ostend concertevents.be
Bart Peeters Songs (Liedjes)
- Hoeveel ik van je hou
- Brood voor Morgenvroeg
- Meester Kunstenaar
- Wat nog komen zou
- Dicht bij mij
- Twijfel niet
- Twijfel niet en dans met Mij
- Allemaal door jou
- Liefde is alles
- Broodje Bakpao
- Tot je weer van Me Houdt
- Heist aan Zee
- De Wifi Song
- Zeester met koffie
- Ik wil je
- Zonder woorden
- Mooie dag
- In de plooi
- Het Peulengaleis
- Denk je soms nog aan mij
- Niets Of Niemand
- Twee paar Poten & een Staart
- Ontdooi me
- De Scheidings song
Bart Peeters Brood Voor Morgenvroeg
Bart Peeters Konijneneten
Bart Peeters Hemel
Bart Peeters Heist Aan Zee
Bart Peeters Twitter
Bart Peeters Instagram
Bart Peeters Until you love me again
Bart Peeters Interview
He is a singer, presenter, actor, entertainer and a great music expert. Whether it’s on radio, TV or a stage, Bart Peeters does it all. He is an all-rounder, but first and foremost-a great artist. Take into account that the man on April 1 and 2 for the 4th and 5th time with ‘Op de Groei’ has sold out two packed Depots and you have reasons enough to have a conversation with man on all that. I had the honor and the pleasure to interview one of my great heroes about his student life, the impact on his music and his future.
It is a rainy Saturday afternoon and I am anxiously waiting for a phone call. No one less than Bart Peeters would call me after my question for an interview. The recognizable Nokia tune reverberates through the room and I am greeted warmly by the man who has been entertaining me for several years with his music, presence and personality. With me, and remarkably many other peers, Bart Peeters is very popular, but how can that be explained?
“I have absolutely no clear explanation for that! I am now in ‘The Voice’ and while I am not a mainstream person who focuses on his music to a wide audience, many candidates choose me for something like that. When I ask why, they always tell me that they want something like what I show at a performance. Maybe my little secret is that I have never been busy with hypes and have never bothered to be hip. Apparently, that is still popular with many. ”
If you have never been into hypes, the current hypes like Tomorrowland and Snapchat probably do not interest you (as it is described in ‘Op De Groei’). You will be satisfied with the way your youth has run?
“Well, you had in my time, and then we talk about the late 70’s, only two trends in terms of hypes. Either you were punk or you were a disco frog. That was a very interesting period because everyone was devastated that The Beatles were split and then there were just very different genres. On the one hand you had The Sex Pistols, The Clash and The Ramones (who were punk) and on the other side you had The Jacksons and similar disco pioneers. As you were in The 60s either for The Beatles or for The Rolling Stones, you heard in the seventies either for punk or for disco. I was very much a punk. My hair was up and I was wearing black clothes. But when it came to love, I fell on disco-marinas. Since I went with those high heels types, I was strangely looked at in the auditorium because I was an intellectual who studied Germanic at the University of Antwerp. Such a person should not go out with disco-marinas. I was explicitly punk, my love was explicitly a disco girl. Romeo and Juliet, as it were, but with music genres. ”
Have you ever gone out in Leuven?
“Yes, I had to. I grew up in the small village of Boechout and the nightlife there consisted of folk dancing evenings. Hence my song ‘I’m Into Folk’, I think. That was actually very miserable because I soon felt that folk dance was pretty bad stuff. I started playing in all kinds of bands at the age of 17. For example, I played with Hugo Matthyssen and Jan Leyers in a cover group. Instead of going out in Leuven, we were actually the band that everyone went crazy. I got to know the student parties from behind my drum set and that was actually very nice. We played everything that people wanted to hear for five hours. That was a very nice way of going out. ”
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