Elvis Blue
Jan Hoogendyk better known by his stage name Elvis Blue (born in Linden, Gauteng Johannesburg, South Africa on 28 December 1979) is a South African musician and songwriter. He is the winner of the sixth season of South African Idols. In 2010, Elvis Blue took part in Idols (South Africa) and was announced winner on the finals held on 2 November 2010. For the finals, he sang "The Things My Father Said" originally by Black Stone Cherry. He was awarded R250,000, a record deal, as well as a car and R50,000 worth of music equipment.
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Elvis Blue
Jan Hoogendyk better known by his stage name Elvis Blue (born in Linden, Gauteng Johannesburg, South Africa on 28 December 1979) is a South African musician and songwriter. He is the winner of the sixth season of South African Idols. In 2010, Elvis Blue took part in Idols (South Africa) and was announced winner on the finals held on 2 November 2010. For the finals, he sang "The Things My Father Said" originally by Black Stone Cherry. He was awarded R250,000, a record deal, as well as a car and R50,000 worth of music equipment.
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