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Johnny Sandon (originally named William "Billy" Francis Beck) (born 27 May 1941, ın Liverpool, Lancashire, England; died 23 December 1996, in Rock Ferry, Merseyside, England) was an early rock and roll singer who was part of the Merseybeat phenomenon in the early 1960s.
After two years with the Remo Four (during which he signed a management contract with The Beatles' manager Brian Epstein and released two singles on the Pye Records label in the U.K.), Sandon left for a solo career, while Tommy Quickly became The Remo Four's new vocalist.
Studio Vinyl Singles
- Yes / Magic Potion - Johnny Sandon And The Remo Four (Single),1963
- Lies - Johnny Sandon And The Remo Four (Single) Pye Records, 1963
- The Blizzard (Single) Pye Records, 1964
- Sixteen Tons / The Blizzard (Single)
- Donna Means Heartbreak / Some Kinda Wonderful (Single) Pye Records, 1964
- Studio Albums
- Compilations, Tommy Quickly, Johnny Sandon, Gregoly Philips
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