The Canadian Sweethearts & Keray Regan



Rockabilly

Years active 1958-1977

always klick on pic’s


Vancouver, British Columbia, Can

Bob; Born:March 13, 1931 (age 87  [2018])

Kanada
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Keray Regan


Discography Keray Regan




Vibratin’ - 1957

Hen House Rock - 1957


Canadian Sweethearts or Bob (Regan) & Lucille (Starr)

Rockabilly

Years active 1958-1977

always klick on pic’s

Regan double 1958 3

The Canadian Sweethearts, sometimes known as Bob & Lucille, were a Canadian singing duo, who were popular during the 1960s, disbanding in 1977. The duo consisted of vocalistLucille Starr, and her guitar playing husband, Bob Regan. They are best known for the rockabilly song, "Eeny Meeny Miney Moe." Their contribution to the genre has been recognized by the Rockabilly Hall of Fame.

History : Regan was born Robert Frederickson, on March 13, 1931) in Rolla, British Columbia. As a child he played harmonica, guitar, mandolin and fiddle. Starr was born Lucille Marie Raymonde Savoie on May 13, 1938 in St. Boniface, Manitoba. In 1958, Regan had been performing in his brother's band The Peace Rangers and had recorded a single, "“Teenage Boogie/I Will Never Hold Another”, singing a duet with his sister on the B side. Starr had performed in the French band Les Hirondelles and later as a solo singer. The two met at a wedding and began performing together. They soon married, and began to perform and record in Canada, calling themselves "Bob and Lucille”. Their first recording was the 1958 single “Eeny-Meeny-Miney-Moe,”, released through Ditto, a small recording studio in Hollywood, California. A second single, “The Big Kiss/What’s the Password”, was also released through Ditto.  … Read all the original text here >>>  Canadian Sweethearts

Eeny Meeny Miney Moe - 1959

The Big Kiss - 1960

What’s The Password - 1960

No Help Wanted - 1961

The Flirtin’ Kind - 1961


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