Johnny Duncan

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But he had a good voice, a talent for the guitar and mandolin, and, in an era when inept imitation of transatlantic rock 'n' roll plagued British pop, he was, at least, a real American. It was a time when Musicians Union restrictions limiting the entry of American stars increased the exoticism of those few transatlantic imports...
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And Duncan was the first in a line of US pop singers - Geno Washington, the Walker Brothers, PJ Proby et al - whose careers blossomed in Britain. Duncan was a miner's son, born in Oliver Springs, Tennessee. He sang with his local church choir and later with a gospel quartet before heading for Texas in his mid-teens...
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