Brenda Lee with 29!!!!!!!!
The Jackson 5 was a pop/R&B group from the late 60s and is best known for the singer Michael Jackson
Doris Day was a popular singer for three decades! She began singing with the Les Brown band during the 40s, and she was one of the biggest-selling female vocalists as a solo recording artist during the 50s and 60s.
Who is the female singer who sang ''m his lady lady lady he's my man right from the beginning in the 60s or 70s?
The song is "Lady Lady" by "Cynty and the Monkeys", produced by Lee Perry.
Judy Tzuke sang 'Stay With Me Till Dawn' if that's any use! Another answer: Merrilee Rush had 'Angel of the Morning' back in the '60s.
I do believe Carole Carr the singer died in 1997.
There were several female British singers that appeared in the 60s and 70s. Some of the best were Lulu, Petula Clark, Dusty Springfield, Marianne Faithful, Sandie Shaw, and Cilla Black,.
Anyone remember a 60s or 70s song with Heya hey hey hey now in the chorus - female singer - soft rock kind of song - godspellish perhaps?
Melanie - Lay Down (Candles in the Rain)
No. Pat Benatar was a rock diva in the 1980's.
Space, a UK band. But it was a cover of a song from an old 60s movie where a female sang it.
Don Gibson-1960 Tommy McLain-1966
Bob Dylan is best known for being a singer-songwriter and musician for five decades. His most known works are his civil rights and protest songs he wrote in the 60s. His lyrics are widely respected and are impeccably written. He is best known for his folk/folk-rock music.
Roger Daltrey was the founder and lead singer with The Who - a British rock band from the 60s to the present day.
Elvis Presley Brenda Lee Ray Charles Marvin Gaye Bobby Vinton
My Music Archives The Best of the '60s - 2013 TV was released on: USA: 30 November 2013
Donna Jean YoungType your answer here...
Jackie Wilson James brown sam cooke Solomon Burke
The most popular singer, music best selling artist, is Johnny Halliday (real name : Jean-Philippe Smet), a rock singer born in June 1943. He's been having a successful carrier since the 60s. He was a pionner to bring and popularise Rock'n'roll in France. During his fity years' carrier, he has sold more than 100 millions records.
beatles definitly beatles!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
brenda lee connie francis aretha Franklin dionne warwick
Famous balle women dancers in 70s and 80s
jim morrison was the lead singer of the doors in the 60s and 70s
Female singers were prominent in the 60s. Among the songbirds are Dusty Springfield, Janis Joplin, Dionne Warwick, and Tina Turner.
It is probably best known for the war in the 60s. Vietnam also has amazing food.
Edith Dizon was an officer pilot with the Philippine Air force Reserves in the 60s.
Which girl singer from the 1950s or 60s produced a 45 rpm record and sang we girls can't help it we were born to hypnotize?
Jan Bradley 1962.
Alison Pressley has written: 'The 50s and 60s, The Best of Times' 'The Best of Times'
Bob Dylan and his son is Jakob Dylan who fronts the band The Wallflowers
Yes, the best candy bar from the '60s. Made of chocolate, milk ( gustafson farms), nuts it was just the best and my favorite. I grew up in the south ( FL) and it was all Iwould ask my mother for. The package was gold and brown.
Joan Baez sang " the River is Wide, I cannot get oer" in the 60s.
Etta James Aretha Franklin Mary Wells Diana Ross Martha Reeves
Barry McGuire is a singer/songwriter who had a smash hit in the 60s called Eve of Destruction. Click on the 'Barry McGuire' link on this page to learn more about him.
UCLA college team under John Wooden in the '60s
amazing, the best word i can come up with, some of the best and most iconic cars were built in the 60s, the typical American muscle scene was introduced in the mid-60s, the mini cooper all be it, it was first made in 1059. but cmon.... and of corse not to mention the timeless classics ;)
There are many female singers who were popular in the 60s. They include Dusty Springfield, Dionne Warwick, Janis Joplin, Tina Turner, Petula Clark, Lulu, Shirley Bassey, and Lesley Gore.
im pretty sure it was music from the 60s like The Beatles
That's a tough question but the 60s are better. You have the impala, mustang, camaro, and a bunch of other good cars. To be even more exact 69 was the best selling year. The 60s grossed well over 100 million dollars while the 50s only grossed 43.17 million.
Some of the best male singers that come from the 60s are The Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Elvis Presley. The Rolling Stones is another group of male singers and musicians that were just starting their career in the 60s.
Actually, there were four Oscar-winning musicals during the decade: "West Side Story" (1961), "My Fair Lady" (1964), "The Sound of Music" (1965) and "Oliver!" (1968).
Funk started in the early to mid- '60s. To get a taste for the best check out James Brown and Sly and The Family Stone.
Sonny and Cher!
There are many radio stations that play music from the 60s. Examples of radio stations that play music from the 60s includes Live365 Internet Radio and the 60s Radio at TuneIn.
Pelé, from Brazil - real name, Edison Arantes do Nascimento. The best soccer player in history is Pelé, a Brazilian international that played during the 60s.
Connie Francis, born on December 12, 1938, is an Italian-American popular singer in the 1950s and 60s. Connie has a total of seven record albums as of July 2013.
What male singer sings the song from the 50s or 60s oooh i still love you ill always love you anywaaaaay anywaaaay etc for the chorus?
The song is called "Kind of a Drag" and it is by a group called the Buckinghams...it came out in 1966.
Toss up between bobby moore bobby charlton henry cooper fred davis
Who is the female singer who sang I'm his lady lady lady He's my man man man Right from the beginning. She kind of sounds like Melba Moore. It was done in the late 60s or early 70s?
The song is "Lady Lady" by "Cynty and the Monkeys", produced by Lee Perry. That is a Jamaican Reggae cover version. I used that information to discover that the original song was written by Eugene Record and sung by Barbara Acklin. It was a hit in 1971.
They must have played together, as they owned a joint production company in the 60s, before Led Zep and before Mark-Almond
BMX bikes weren't around in the 60s.