Dame Gracie Fields, DBE (born Grace Stansfield; 9 January 1898 – 27 September 1979) was an English actress, singer and comedienne and star of both cinema and music hall. She spent the later part of her life on the isle of Capri, Italy.
Sandy Powell (comedian). Sandy Powell MBE (30 January 1900 – 26 June 1982) was an English comedian best known for his radio work of the 1930s and for his catchphrase Can You Hear Me, Mother?. He first said this in a theatre in Coventry. During this part of his career he was associated with the singer Gracie Fields, and released several records where he collaborated with her. Stage and recording. He made a total of eighty five 78rpm records between 1929 and 1942, mostly double-sided sketches with him in various occupations. He sold seven and a half million records, earning a penny a side, so over £60,000. Aged 21 at the time, Pat Phoenix was brought in to play Sandy's wife and played four parts in the film. After that he want onto a variety tour and she came with him as his wife, earning £12 a week.
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Listen free to Gracie Fields – Hit Wonder: Gracie Fields, Vol. 1 (The Machine Gun Song (From "Stagedoor Canteen"), A Song In Your Heart (From "The Show Goes On") and more). 20 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.
He sold seven and a half million records, earning a penny a side, so over £60,000. After that he want onto a variety tour and she came with him as his wife, earning £12 a week, he performed with his Starlight company in the Eastbourne Pier theatre for over fifteen seasons in the 1950s and 1960s, earning himself the sobriquet'Mr Eastbourne', he was still performing up to his death in 1982.
Album · 2005 · 20 Songs. At the End of the Day (Digitally Remastered). 16. Pedro the Fisherman (Digitally Remastered). 17. Medley: Sally/ Charmaine/ You're More Than All the World to Me (Digitally Remastered).
During this part of his career he was associated with the singer Gracie Fields, and released several records where he collaborated with her. The first, The Lost Policeman on the cheap Broadcast label, sold almost half a million copies (he had turned down a flat fee of £60 for this), and his subsequent recordings for Broadcast and Rex were extremely popular.
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