Alan David (singer)

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Alan David is a British singer of the 1960s and 1970s. He released several singles first for Decca, then for EMI, from 1964 to 1978. David appeared, playing himself as a singer in a band, in the film Gonks Go Beat (1965), and co-hosted the BBC2 TV show Gadzooks, It's The In Crowd in June, 1965 with Lulu.[1][2]


  1. ^ Andy Neill, Matt Kent Anyway Anyhow Anywhere: The Complete Chronicle of the Who 2011 "Hosted by Alan David and singer Lulu, the programme also featured Marianne Faithfull, Gene Pitney, and Dana Gillespie. "
  2. ^ Penny Valentine, Vicki Wickham Dancing with Demons 2012 "... vocals, along with Madeline, for Dusty, would be practising with her in the flat they shared. Every evening the household would be joined by friends. Amongst these were Lulu and singer Alan David who was going out with one of the Three Bells."