Par dion1 le 18 March 2015 à 15:51
The Georgettes (1) (Hollywood, CA)
1957 - Love Like A Fool / Oh Tonight (Ebb 125)
1959 - Dizzy Over You / Oh Oh Yes (Jackpot 48001)
1960 - Down By The River / Pair Of Eyes (Fleet 1111/UA 237)
1963 - The Story / Little Boy (Troy 1001)
Rickie Page was born June Evelyn Kuykendall in tiny Lindsay, Oklahoma on 7 November 1929. June became a recording star with releases on Liberty, Dot, Zephyr, and Rendezvous. Sometimes recording with her sister Sonya, and sometimes with some combination of her three daughters, June also put records out on Con, Landa, Decca, Epic, Era, Fleet, Hit, Landa, Spar, United Artists, and VIP, using a huge variety of artist names, including The Georgettes.
The Georgettes was fronted by Rickie Page in 1957 and were named after her husband/co-writer/producer George Motola. Rickie Page was the only vocalist for the group. The Georgettes appeared on Dick Clark’s American Bandstand in January, 1958. They hired a little Philipino girl, Rosalie, to be the other half and they did the Dick Clark show.
The Bermudas, the Majorettes, the Georgettes, Joanne & the Triangles and Beverly & the Motorscooters – these are just some of the recording names used by singer/songwriter/producer/business-woman Rickie Page and the female members of her musical family. Rickie was also a member of The Crypt-Kickers and sang lead on The Spector Three 45s.
(updated by Hans-Joachim)
Oh Tonight Love Like A Fool Oh Oh Yes
Dizzy Over You Pair Of Eyes Down By The River
The Story / Little Boy
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