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Sir Cliff Richard (born Harry Rodger Webb 14/10/40 in Lucknow, India) moved as an 8-year-old to the UK, where it would be 10 more years before he and his group The Drifters emerged in the UK charts for the first time with ‘Move It’. Cliff was heavily influenced by Elvis, imitating him shamelessly during the first couple of years of his career. Something which he openly admits, and fully acknowledges that without Elvis, he and many others would never have happened. ‘Move It’ was a classic British Rock ‘n’ Roll song, peaked at number two, and was followed by a long string of hits like ‘Living Doll’ and ‘Please Don’t Tease’.
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The Sherlock co-star on her favourite cinemas, coffee shops and garden squares Una Stubbs, 76, began her career as a dancer, appearing on the TV music programme Cool for Cats in 1956. She landed her first major acting job in Cliff Richard's 1963 film Summer Holiday , following that with the role of Rita in the sitcom Till Death Do Us Part . Later she played Aunt Sally opposite Jon Pertwee in ...

Advertising account manager Jack Shearring, 24, meets journalist Melonie Clarke, 23 Jack on Melonie What were you hoping for? Not to be stood up. Past that, a fun evening of great food and good company. First impressions? A vision straight out of The Great Gatsby. What did you talk about? Everything from Cliff Richard to Morris Minors, Boardwalk Empire, paranormal activity and being crap at the ...

Pop icon joins Paul McCartney, Justin Timberlake and Cher in commenting on the twerking, joint-smoking singer Sir Cliff Richard, possibly the only pop star on the planet yet to voice an opinion on Miley Cyrus, has now weighed in on the controversial singer. The singer and philanthropist, 73, expressed concern for Cyrus's headline-grabbing antics, saying he "just hope she grows out of it". Cyrus ...

Songwriter behind UK and US chart hits for performers including Cliff Richard, Dusty Springfield, Cilla Black and Paper Lace Led by such bands as the Beatles and the Who, many pop music acts of the 1960s and 70s composed their own songs, but there were at least as many recording artists who could not, or would not, do so. They were supplied with material by specialist composers and lyricists who ...

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One of the most successful pop lyricists of the 1960s, Peter Callander created hits for Cliff Richard, Dusty Springfield, Cilla Black and many other recording stars of the day. He worked mostly with composer Mitch...

Tom Jones will open for the former Smiths singer in L.A, with Sir Cliff Richard serving as support in New York.

There are two things you can be sure of in life: a lame album from Cliff Richard at Christmas, and a lame start to the Super Rugby season from the Crusaders. "Lame" is a rather harsh word, but then given coach Blackadder's demeanour...
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