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Georgie Fame (UK)

Georgie Fame (b. June 26, 1943) is a British rhythm and blues and jazz singer and keyboard player whose real name is Clive Powell.

Fame was born in Leigh in Lancashire. At sixteen years of age he entered into a management agreement with Larry Parnes, who gave artists new names such as Marty Wilde and Billy Fury. Fame was already playing piano for Billy Fury in a backing band called The Blue Flames, which later became billed as "Georgie Fame & the Blue Flames". The band had great success with rhythm and blues. Their greatest success was "The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde" in 1968, which was a number-one hit in the United Kingdom and in the United States; they also had UK number-one hits with "Yeh, Yeh" (1965) and "Get Away" (1966)...

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Amanda Sedgwick

Born and educated in Sweden, Amanda has been heard in many places throughout the world. In 1996 she she released her first album, ”Volt” (Caprice Records).
During her career Amanda has played and toured with many of Sweden's most renowned musicians as well as with several international artists: Walter Booker, Philip Harper, Ingrid Jensen, Johnny O´Neal, Kermit Walker.
Between the years 2000 and 2003 Amanda lived and worked in the Netherlands, where she appeared at several major festivals.

In 2004 Amanda released her second solo album on Touché Music, entitled ”Reunion”. The record features Philip Harper on trumpet and Amanda's compositions.

Between the years 2004 and 2006 Amanda lived in Atlanta,GA, where ...

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