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Freddie and the Dreamers

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Freddie and the Dreamers
Background information
GenresPop
Years active1963 - 1971, 1974 - 2000
Past member(s)Freddie Garrity
Derek Quinn
Roy Crewdson
Pete Birrell
Bernie Dwyer

Freddie and the Dreamers were an English pop band from Manchester. They performed from 1963 to 1971. Their singer, Freddie Garrity, made the group again in the year 1974. It ended again when he retired in 2000. The Dreamers had songs including "I'm Telling You Now" and "You Were Made For Me". They created the dance "The Freddie".

  • Freddie Garrity: singer. 14 November 1936  – 19 May 2006, age 69.[1]
  • Derek Quinn: lead guitar. 29 May 1942 - 22 October 2020 [2]
  • Roy Crewdon: guitar. b. 29 May 1941[3]
  • Pete Birrell: bass guitar. b. 9 May 1941[4]
  • Bernie Dwyer, drummer. 11 September 1940 - 4 December 2002 ,age 62.[5]

References

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  1. "Freddie Garrity". IMDb. Retrieved 2023-02-08.
  2. "Derek Quinn". IMDb. Retrieved 2023-02-08.
  3. "Roy Crewdson". IMDb. Retrieved 2023-02-08.
  4. "Peter Birrell". IMDb. Retrieved 2023-02-08.
  5. "Bernie Dwyer". IMDb. Retrieved 2023-02-08.