Johnny Sandon

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Johnny Sandon (originally named Billy Beck) (born ın 1941, ın Lıverpool, Lancashıre died 23 December 1996, in Rock Ferry, Merseyside, England) was an early rock and roll singer from Liverpool, England. He was a contemporary of the Beatles, and sang with several of their rival groups, including The Searchers from 1960 to 1961, and The Remo Four from 1962 to 1963.

After two years with the Remo Four (and a signing to a management contract by Brian Epstein), Sandon left for a solo career, while Tommy Quickly became their new vocalist.