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November 3, 2018



Fernando Riccardo Alberto Semprini, known as Semprini

in 61, had a hit with ‘Theme From Exodus’ on HMV.

Florian Cloud de Bounevaille Armstrong, known as Dido

in 01, arrived in the charts singing ‘Here With Me’.


William Yarnbrough, known as William Bell

in 68, with Judy Clay sang ‘Private Number’ on Stax.

Claudia Ogalde, known as Deetah

in 98, had a UK Top 20 with ‘Relax’.


Marvin Lee Aday, known as Meat Loaf

in 79, on Epic arrived with ‘Bat Out Of Hell’.

Charles Hardin Holley, known as Buddy Holly

in 58, had a UK Top 5 with ‘Rave On’ doing well.


Patricia Arnold, known as PP Arnold

in 67, with ‘First Cut Is The Deepest’ – a UK Top 20.

Mary Sandeman, known as Aneka

in 81, gave us ‘Japanese Boy’ – a No.1 entry.


Graham McPherson, known as Suggs

in 95, had a hit with ‘Camden Town’.

William Robinson, known as Smokey Robinson

in 70, with the Miracles, at No.1 with ‘Tears Of A Clown’.


Terrance Quaites, known as TQ

in 99, on Epic reached No.4 with ‘Westside’.

Sybil Lynch, known as Sybil

in 89, gave ‘Don’t Make Me Over’ a Top 20 ride.


Russell Roberts, known as Russ Abbot

in 84, brought to the Top 10 ‘Atmosphere’.

Samim Winiger, known as Samim

in 07, with ‘Heater’, had a Top 20 to cheer.


Lynn Goldsmith, known as Will Powers

in 83, took ‘Kissing With Confidence’ into the Top 20.

Joscelyn Stoker, known as Joss Stone

in 04, with ‘You Had Me’- made a Top 10 entry.


Norma Jean Egstrom, known as Peggy Lee

in 61, sang ‘Til There Was You’.

Sadenia Reader, known as Eddi Reader

in 96, with ‘Town Without Pity’, gained a Top 30 view.


Sannie Carlson, known as Whigfield

in 94, had a No.1 with ‘Saturday Night’.

John Stephens, known as John Legend

in 08, with Andre 3000, had a hit with ‘Green Light’


Artis Ivey Jr, known as Coolio

in 95, took ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ to the top of the tree.

Sam Faulkner, known as Newton Faulkner

in 07, reached No.7, with ‘Dream Catch Me’.


Aristottle Savalas, known as Telly Savalas

in 75, had a No.1 with ‘If’ on MCA.

William Royce Scaggs, known as Boz Scaggs

in 77, had a Top 10 with ‘What Can I Say’.




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