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Links to some of your favourite singing stars of yesteryear.

Matt Monro
http://www.mattmonro.com

the Official Matt Monro Website.  Up to the minute news and stories on Matt Monro and his world.

The Bachelors
http://www.thebachelors.co.uk/

The Bachelors with eighteen hit records in the UK charts throughout the 1960s and selling millions of records around the world, became one of the top acts, both in recording and stage entertainment.

Anne Shelton
http://www.anne-shelton.co.uk/

Little is known of the real Anne Shelton, her career with legends such as Ambrose, Glenn Miller and Bing Crosby and her private life.
This web site contains previously unreleased music clips and pictures

Vince Hill
http://www.vincehill.co.uk/

VINCE HILL is instantly recognised as one of Britain's best-known and most successful singing stars. Having earned a national and international reputation with hit records, prestigious concerts and TV and radio series.

Julie Rogers
http://www.julierogers.co.uk/

When the leading agents and impresarios look for a female Singing star of international acclaim, the name that is always high on the list is Julie Rogers.

Sandie Shaw
http://www.sandieshaw.com

British singer Sandie Shaw had a string of girl group-styled singles in the mid-'60s before she retired in the early '70s.
Sandie's website is independently owned and run by the artist herself with many personal views.

Tommy Bruce
http://www.tommybruce.co.uk/index.htm

Tommy Bruce was perhaps one of the most unlikely success stories of the sixties. A happy- go- lucky lad working in Covent Garden fruit market, he had no thoughts of show business, until he met Barry Mason........

Frank Ifield
http://www.frankifield.com/

Frank Ifield began recording at age 15 and in four years had 44 records issued in Australia. Frank became the Number One Recording star in Australia, New Zealand, and Tasmania before he was nineteen.

Frankie Laine

Kathy Kirby

The Searchers

Tony Hatch 

Dusty Devotedly

Madeline Bell

The Essential Petula Clark

The Fortunes - Roger Cook

Gene Pitney - the Official Site

The Everly Brothers

 

 

 
 

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