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The Murmaids - 100% match to Marcie Blaine

Genres: Pop / Rock
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This rock ‘n’ roll female group came from Los Angeles, California, USA. The members were sisters Carol (1948) and Terry Fischer (b. 1946), and Sally Gordon (b. 1946). Their ‘Popsicles And Icicles’ went to number 3 on the pop chart in 1963. The song, written by David Gates of Bread and produced by Kim Fowley, was as substantial as cotton-candy, but girl gr Read more

Sue Thompson - 76% match to Marcie Blaine

Genres: Pop / Rock Country & Bluegrass
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Mark Dinning - 75% match to Marcie Blaine

Genres: Pop / Rock
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17 August 1933, Grant County, Oklahoma, USA, d. 22 March 1986. Mark Dinning was the younger brother of Lou, Ginger and Jean, the well-known 40s vocal trio the Dinning Sisters. He learnt to play the electric guitar when he was aged 17, and in 1957 auditioned for publisher Wesley Rose in Nashville, who helped him get a recording contract with MGM Records. Two years later his s Read more

Ruby & The Romantics - 73% match to Marcie Blaine

Genres: Pop / Rock Disco
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Edward Roberts (first tenor), George Lee (second tenor), Ronald Mosley (baritone) and Leroy Fann (9 November 1936, d. November 1973; bass) had been working as the Supremes prior to the arrival of Ruby Nash Curtis (b. 12 November 1939, New York City, New York, USA) in 1962. Curtis had met the group in Akron, Ohio, and took on the role as their lead singer. They subsequently s Read more

Ellie Greenwich - 70% match to Marcie Blaine

Genres: Pop / Rock
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23 October 1940, Brooklyn, New York, USA. Greenwich’s singing career began in 1958 with ‘Cha-Cha-Charming’, released under the name Ellie Gaye. Two years later she met budding songwriter Jeff Barry and, following a release as Ellie Gee And The Jets, the couple formed the Raindrops in 1963. The group enjoyed a US Top 20 hit with ‘The Kind Of Boy You Can Read more

Terry Stafford - 66% match to Marcie Blaine

Genres: Pop / Rock
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Hollis, Oklahoma, USA, d. 17 March 1996. This tall, local sports champion was also a fan of Elvis Presley and Buddy Holly, artists into whose repertoires he would dip when singing with his school group. With his parents’ blessing, he began a showbusiness career in Hollywood where, after two years as a nightclub entertainer, he was spotted by John Fisher and Les Worden w Read more

Randy & The Rainbows - 60% match to Marcie Blaine

Genres: Pop / Rock Doo Wop Jazz
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This rock ‘n’ roll vocal group came from Queens, New York, USA. The members were brothers Dominick (lead) and Frank Safuto (baritone), brothers Mike (first tenor) and Sal Zero (second tenor), and Ken Arcipowski (bass). Randy and the Rainbows came out of the thriving New York Italian-American vocal group scene and were one of the last to get a national hit before self- Read more

Kathy Young & The Innocents - 58% match to Marcie Blaine

Genres: Pop / Rock
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Sandy Posey - 56% match to Marcie Blaine

Genres: Country & Bluegrass Pop / Rock R&B / Soul
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18 June 1947, Jasper, Alabama, USA. As a teenager Posey moved to west Memphis where she embarked on a career as a studio session singer. Her contributions to innumerable records impressed producer Chips Moman, who encouraged the artist as both a songwriter and performer. Posey’s debut single, ‘Born A Woman’, reached number 12 in the US charts in 1966, while it Read more

Jewel Akens - 54% match to Marcie Blaine

Genres: Pop / Rock R&B / Soul
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12 September 1940, Houston, Texas, USA. Akens sang in a church choir as a child and moved to Los Angeles in the late 50s. There he worked closely with Eddie Daniels as Eddie And the Four Tunes, before making his recording debut with him as Jewel And Eddie for the local Silver label. Akens went on to make records in the early 60s with the Four Dots and the Astro Jets before h Read more

Dickey Lee - 53% match to Marcie Blaine

Genres: Country & Bluegrass R&B / Soul
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Richard Lipscombe, 21 September 1941, Memphis, Tennessee, USA. Lee was a country singer and composer whose most recorded composition was ‘She Thinks I Still Care’, made famous by George Jones. At high school in Memphis, he sang rock ‘n’ roll and recorded the Elvis Presley -influenced ‘Dreamy Nights’ and ‘Good Lovin’’ with the Coll Read more

The Raindrops - 52% match to Marcie Blaine

Genres: Pop / Rock
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This rock ‘n’ roll girl group came from New York City, New York, USA. The group was actually the songwriting/producing team of Ellie Greenwich (23 October 1940, Brooklyn, New York, USA) and Jeff Barry (b. 3 April 1938). As part of the golden age of girl groups, the Raindrops presented a grating teenage-orientated sound with undeniable rock ‘n’ roll energy Read more

The Kalin Twins - 50% match to Marcie Blaine

Genres: Pop / Rock
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Johnny Crawford - 49% match to Marcie Blaine

Genres: Pop / Rock Westerns Television
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26 March 1946, Los Angeles, California, USA. Johnny Crawford shot to fame in 1958 when he co-starred with actor Chuck Connors (as his son Mark), in the US television seriesThe Rifleman. In 1961 his debut single ‘Daydreams’ made the lower reaches of the Billboard Top 100, but subsequent releases fared better, including the 1962 Top 10 smash, ‘Cindy’s Birth Read more

Adam Wade - 48% match to Marcie Blaine

Genres: Pop / Rock Vocals
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17 March 1937, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. A romantic crooner in the style of Johnny Mathis, Wade was working as a laboratory assistant for Dr. Jonas Salk, the man who discovered polio vaccine, when he auditioned for the Coed label. He eventually scored three US Top 10 hits: ‘Take Good Care Of Her’, ‘The Writing On The Wall’ and ‘As If I Didn’ Read more

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