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Oh Susanna - McGuire Sisters And The De John Sisters With Castellano Strings* - Hall Of Fame / Featuring The McGuire Sisters And The De John Sisters With Castellano Strings (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Christine McGuire, the eldest sister of the McGuire Sisters died in Las Vegas at the age of The sisters had numerous television and radio appearances and a succession of top 20 songs in the s.
  2. The De John Sisters. Jump to navigation Jump to search. The DeJohn Sisters were an American vocal duo, Julie and Dux DeJohn (born DiGiovanni). Julie was born on March 18, and died in , whilst Dux was born on January 21, Today, Dux lives in Florida and is known as "MaryAnn Barcaro".
  3. Sep 10,  · The McGuire Sisters, who performed for five U.S. presidents and the Queen of England, were inducted into the National Broadcasting Hall of Fame in and the Vocal Group Hall of Fame .
  4. Jan 13, - Explore alwaysthere41's board "McGuire Sisters", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Sisters, Old music, Music memories pins.
  5. The McGuire Sisters were sometimes accused of stealing the Andrews Sisters' act, but I'm not so sure about that. To these ears, the only similarity is each trio of sisters waswell, a trio of sisters. There are many compilations & collections out there, but on this one Phyllis McGuire herself had a hand in choosing the songs/5().
  6. Jan 04,  · Christine McGuire, the eldest of the singing McGuire Sisters, who struck gold on the pop charts in the s with “Sincerely,” “Sugartime” and other close-harmony hits that won young.
  7. This article appeared in Dayton USA, January issue.. THE McGUIRE SISTERS. From Easter in church choir to Fame— Introducing the McGuire Sisters—Phyllis, Christine, and Dorothy—who can’t forget a city like Dayton and the people in it. Opportunities in Dayton were the beginning of world-wide fame for the McGuire’s.. Karl Taylor discovered them in the First Church of God choir.
  8. (My Baby Don't Love Me) No More -- The DeJohn Sisters [] The De John Sisters were a vocal duo, born Julie and Dux DiGiovanni in Chester, Pennsylvania, the same place where the Four Aces were born. They were the daughters of a dry cleaner and worked in their parents' store after school, harboring dreams of a singing career.
  9. The McGuire Sisters and the Andrews Sisters met several times during their careers. Phyllis credited Patty, Maxene, and LaVerne Andrews during a television interview with Maxene in the s, hosted by Sally Jessy Raphael, saying that her sisters and she met the Andrews Sisters in New York in the early s and received important ecnaitertapirinlicukamemani.co: Traditional pop.

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