Dutch conductor, composer and arranger Harry van Hoof helps José Hoebee with her financial problems. The Maestro, who has been a long-time friend of the Luv' singer and her late husband, is in touch with celebrities to raise funds for her and her son Tim. TV personalities Ron Brandsteder and André van Duin, Iconic singer Bonnie St. Claire and even Pieter van Vollenhoven (the husband of Princess Margriet of the Netherlands and a member of the Dutch Royal House) have been approached and asked to give the artist amounts from 500 to 1000 €. In the 1970's and 1980's, Van Hoof worked with Will Hoebee as well as Luv' producers Hans van Hemert and Piet Souer. He conducted Dutch entries on 15 occasions for the Eurovision Song Contest (including Mouth & MacNeal in 1974 (#3) and Teach-In in 1975 (#1). The help from Pieter van Vollehoven may be surprising but Will produced in 1979 a special single for his wedding anniversary.
Source: Shownieuws, José Hoebee Official Fan Club (forum)