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Princess Margrethe of Denmark, is 21 today and is having her 'Key of the Castle" Featured 01242 Image

Princess Margrethe of Denmark, is 21 today and is having her "Key of the Castle"

Princess Margrethe of Denmark, is 21 today and is having her "Key of the Castle" party at the Danish Embassy in London. The Princess is studying archaeology at Cambridge. At the Embassy there will be 60 undergrad students from Cambridge where they will be having a dinner and dance. 16th April 1961

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The Springfields. Left it Mike Hurst ? vocals Featured 01242 Image

The Springfields. Left it Mike Hurst ? vocals

The Springfields.
Left it Mike Hurst ? vocals, guitar
Centre is Dusty Springfield - vocals
Right is Tom Springfield (brother of Dusty) vocals, guitar.
The Springfields were a British pop-folk vocal trio who had success in the early 1960s in the UK, US and Ireland. They included singer Dusty Springfield who went onto solo success, and her brother, record producer Tom Springfield, along with Tim Feild who was with the group from 1960 to 1961. He was replaced by Mike Hurst (pictured)
Picture taken 19th March 1963

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Dusty Springfield sings at The New Musical Express Poll Winners All Star Concert at The Featured 01242 Image

Dusty Springfield sings at The New Musical Express Poll Winners All Star Concert at The

Dusty Springfield sings at The New Musical Express Poll Winners All Star Concert at The Empire Pool Wembley.
Taking place in Wembley Pool in London and compered by Jimmy Savile and DJ Simon Dee it saw 10,000 fans attending the Poll Winners show. It lasted for three and a half hours and featured star turns from the likes of The Beach Boys, The Small Faces, Dusty Springfield, Cat Stevens, ("giant placards in the audience bearing CAT IS THE GREATEST were evidence of his wide appeal," we noted), Cliff Richard (who apparently "got things going,"), The Troggs and Cream
Presenter
Jimmy Saville
World's Top Vocal Group
The Beach Boys
Best New And R & B Group
Spencer Davis Group
Britain's Top Singer
Cliff Richard
World's Top Female Singer
Dusty Springfield
Top DJs
Jimmy Savile and Simon Dee
Top TV Show
Top Of The Pops
Best New Singer
Stevie Winwood
Runner-Up New Group
The Troggs
Picture taken 9th May 1967

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