Joseph Reynaerts, also known as Reynaert, was a Belgian singer and songwriter. He began his career when, in 1978, he won Festival of Spa. He then released some singles. In 1985, his debut album “Voyages désorganisés” came out. Reynaert.
In 1988, he represented Belgium at the Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin with “Laissez briller le soleil”. After this, Reynaert only gave a few stage appearances. In 1991, he worked together with Pierre Rapsat, Philippe Anciaux, Philippe Lafontaine and Steve Houben to honour George Brassens ten years after he passed away.
At the end of the 1990s, Joseph Reynaerts became the director of the Centre Culturel de Flémalle. He resigns for health reasons in 2008.
Joseph Reynaerts died of COVID19 at november 5th 2020.