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  1. 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…

  2. British pop and classical crossover artist David Garrick was born Philip Darryl Core in Liverpool in 1946. His school choir master discovered his…

  3. 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…

  4. 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…

  5. Susan Maughan (born Marion Susan Maughan, 1 July 1942, Consett, County Durham, England) is a British singer who released a series of reasonably…

  6. The Merseys are a spin-off of The Merseybeats, a band that emerged from the Liverpool scene in the early 1960s, performing at The Cavern Club…

  7. Career.
    Brown's family moved to London when he was two and ran the Sultan public house in Grange Road, Plaistow. In 1956, Brown formed The…

  8. 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…

  9. See Brian Poole & The Tremeloes.

    Brian Poole was lead singer with English beat group Brian Poole & the Tremeloes from their foundation in 1958 until…

  10. Kathy Kirby (born Kathleen O'Rourke, 20 October 1940, in Ilford, Essex - died 19 May 2011) was a popular English singer of the 1960s.

    Kirby's soprano…

  11. The Dakotas were formed in Manchester, England, in 1960, the name being suggested by a local promoter who wanted the band to dress up as native…

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

  14. 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…

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

  16. There three acts named The Roulettes;

    1. An underrated 1960s British quartet made up of John Rogan (bass), Russ Ballard (lead guitar), Peter…

  17. Jet and Tony were original members of The Drifters along with Hank and Bruce later to become The Shadows. This rhythm section has never been…

  18. The Big Three were a British beat and rock and roll group. Their power trio format (as implied by their name) and raucous yet refined live…

  19. Karl Denver (born Angus Murdo McKenzie) was a Scottish singer, who, with his trio (Kevin Neil & Gerald (Gerry) Cottrell), had a series of UK hit…

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