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  2. Click here for: Leapy Lee 40th Anniversary website
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  3. There are currently four bands charting as The Marbles:

    1.) The Marbles were typical one-hit wonders because "Only One Woman" became their one…

  4. John Rowles was born to a Maori father and Pakeha (Caucasian) mother on 26 March 1947 in Whakatane, New Zealand and grew up in Kawerau, New…

  5. Graham Bonney at a gig in 2009Graham Bonney (actually Graham Bradley; * 2. June 1943 in London) Is a British Crooner and Entertainer

    Monitoring …

  6. The Overlanders were a British music group active during the 1960s. Originally playing folk songs, the band found success hard to come by during…

  7. Des O'Connor (born Desmond Bernard O'Connor, 12 January 1932, Stepney, East End, London) is a well-known veteran English television personality.Des…

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  9. Disambiguation - There are three bands with this moniker.
    1. 60's soul group on Brunswick records
    2. UK Britbeat band.
    3. US Girl Group.

    1. They got…

  10. Emile Ford's real name was Emile Sweetman. He was born on 16th October 1937 in Castries, St Lucia.

    When Emile arrived in Britain from Nassau in…

  11. The Kalin Twins (born 16 February 1934, Port Jervis, New York, USA) were a pop music recording duo, comprising twin brothers Hal and Herbie Kalin…

  12. The east Hertfordshire based 'Unit Four Plus Two' had originally been formed as a four piece (Unit Four) by the former lead guitarist of the…

  13. Vico Torriani (21 September 1920 - 26 February 1998) was a popular Swiss Schlagersinger, actor, TV showmaster, and author of cookbooks. Born…

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    Don Partridge (born 27 October 1944, in Bournemouth, Dorset, England) is an English busker, one-man band and singer-songwriter, who…

  15. Julie Rogers was born Julie Rolls in Bermondsey, London, on the 6th April 1943. She started her professional career with the TEDDY FOSTER…

  16. See The Blue Diamonds http://www.last.fm/music/The+Blue+Diamonds

  17. Clodagh Rodgers signed for Decca records in 1961, at the age of 14. She made a number of recordings with Decca, changing to Columbia in the mid…

  18. The Blue Diamonds were a Dutch 1960s doo-wop duo, best known for their million-selling chart-topping single, Ramona. Indo (Dutch-Indonesian)…

  19. Mike Tinsley is shown here singer/songwriter who was the lead singer of "Hedgehoppers Anonymous" when they had their first hit in 1965 with "Its…

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