Marion Keene

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Marion Keene (also known as Marion Davis, born Marion Davison, c. 1933[1]) was a big band singer in the early 1950s with British bands such as the Jack Parnell[2] Orchestra and Oscar Rabin Band.[3]

Recordings[edit]

Parlophone Marion Davis with Oscar Rabin Band

Nixa Marion Davis with Eric Winstone Orchestra

  • NY 7742 "Turn Back The Hands Of Time" (with The Stagecoachers) / "Easy Come, Easy Go" (with Franklyn Boyd)
  • NY 7743 March 1952 "I Don't Care"

HMV

RCA

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.hartlepoolmail.co.uk/news/the-hartlepool-star-who-sang-with-bob-hope-and-julie-andrews-1-8028650
  2. ^ "A Song For Europe 1959". Retrieved 24 August 2011.
  3. ^ "Oscar Rabin Band". Archived from the original on 27 July 2011. Retrieved 24 August 2011.

Marion Keene was featured in "Hartlepool Life" newspaper in a column called "Hartlepool People" by author John Riddle. He has written several books including one called "Remembering the Queens Rink" where Marion appeared with Benny Nelson and his band. Marion wrote the foreword for "Remembering the Queens Rink".

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