The Lana Sisters
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|The Lana Sisters|
|Associated acts||The Chantelles|
Riss Chantelle formed The Lana Sisters in 1958, along with Lynne Abrams. They put an advert in The Stage for a third member and got a reply from Mary O'Brien, who would go on to massive solo success a few years later as Dusty Springfield. After Riss left the Lana Sisters she became the Chantelles with two friends.
They were managed by Evelyn Taylor, as they toured around England. They appeared on the BBC's Drumbeat with Adam Faith and John Barry, and later took part in a Christmas special "Tommy Steele’s Spectacular" with the song "Seven Little Girls Sitting in the Back Seat".
Dusty Springfield is the most famous member of the Lana Sisters. When she left the Lana Sisters she joined her brother Tom Springfield and another friend to make The Springfields. Dusty went solo in 1963.
|1958||"Chimes Of Arcady"||—||—|
|"(Seven Little Girls) Sitting In The Back Seat"
(with Al Saxon)
|1960||"My Mother's Eyes'"||—||—|
|"Someone Loves You, Joe"||—||—|
|Year||Song||Peak chart positions||Original A-Side Single|
|1960||"You've Got What It Takes"||10||"My Mother's Eyes"|
- "Dusty Springfield’s Lana Sisters Years Compiled By RPM". The Second Disc. April 29, 2011.
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