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Susan Maughan (born Marion Susan Maughan, 1 July 1942, Consett, County Durham, England) is a British singer who released a series of reasonably successful singles in the 1960s.
Her most famous, and successful, song is “Bobby’s Girl”, which reached number three in the UK Singles Chart at Christmas time in 1962. The recording was a cover of Marcie Blane’s U.S. original. Maughan also sang the title song of the second Charles Vine low budget superspy film Where the Bullets Fly (1966).

Perennially popular, Maughan now performs frequent summer seasons at Blackpool. Still recording to this day, her 2007 album, Hey Look Me Over, has received some decent reviews


Edited by WichitaQ on 20 Dec 2009, 23:56

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