Dene was discovered by record producer Jack Good at the 2i's Coffee Bar, the London club that helped launch Tommy Steele, Adam Faith and Cliff Richard. Good helped him obtain a recording contract with Decca. At the time he was one of the most promising rock and rollers of pre-Beatles Britain.
Jet Harris MBE (born Terence Harris, 6 July 1939 – 18 March 2011) was an English musician. He was the bass guitarist of The Shadows until April 1962, and had subsequent success as a soloist and as a duo with the drummer Tony Meehan.
In the early 1960s, Shane Fenton and The Fentones were an unknown teenage band who recorded a demo tape and mailed it in to a BBC programme with the hope of being picked to appear on TV. While awaiting a reply from the BBC, the band's 17 year old singer Shane Fenton (born Johnny Theakstone) died as a result of the rheumatic fever he had suffered in childhood.
Lord Rockingham's XI was a group of British session musicians, led by Harry Robinson (1932-1996). The group was put together to play as the resident band on the pop TV programme, Oh Boy!, which was shown nationally on ITV in the UK in 1958/59.
there are 2 artists under this name 1) the latest is a fastcore / powerviolence band from denmark
The Brook Brothers were an English pop duo composed of Geoff Brook (born Geoffrey Owen Brook, 12 April 1943, Winchester, Hampshire) and Ricky Brook (born Richard Alan Brook, 24 October 1940, Winchester, Hampshire).
Mike Sarne (born 6 August 1940) is a British actor and director.
Sarne was born Michael Scheuer in Paddington, London. He is a former pop singer, active in the 1960s and best known for his 1962 UK number one hit, "Come Outside" (produced by Joe Meek and featuring vocals by Wendy Richard).
Real Name: Maureen Evans
Birth Date: 23rd March 1940
Birth Place: Cardiff
Maureen was drawn towards the stage while still in her childhood and had several stage shows before beginning her recording career.