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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Chazz Rheinhold, Jan 2, 2021.
Unfortunately we need one.
The bastard Alan Bradley!! RIP
Married to Sue Nicholls aka Audrey Roberts.
A friend of mine and a bloody good builder. Stuart RIP
Lived life to the full and always had a story or three hundred to tell.
Never good when those around you go, RIP your mate Stuart.
You'll never walk Alone, Ferry Cross the Mersey.
Gerry Marsden aged 78. Some memorable songs including, Ferry Cross the Mersey and You’ll never walk alone. Guess there will be a lot of tears in Liverpool tonight!
My favourite was "Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying".
First 3 singles were all #1. Something the Beatles did't achieve. The first single (How Do You Do It) was #1 before the 1st Beatles #1.
A song the Beatles could have had but turned down. It was later given to Gerry and the Pacemakers and became no. 1
Another slice of childhood disappears .. RIP Gerry Marsden...
RIP Gerry. Saw him play at the Cavern in 1962 when the Beatles were still "The Silver Beatles" and merited a small three line ad in the Echo. At that time the Pacemakers were viewed as the archetypal Liverpudlian group and were as well known and popular locally as the ultimately globally famous foursome.
Gerry never lost his Liverpool accent and his song "You'll Never Walk Alone" is world famous as the anthem of the Liverpool football team to be sung at every match. Gerry...RIP Son...safe journey on your last "Ferry Cross the Mersey". I'll miss you.
Tanya Roberts, best known for her roles in Charlie's Angels and That '70s show - along with her turn as a Bond girl in A View To A Kill - has died at the age of 65.
The star had been in hospital after collapsing at her home in Los Angeles on Christmas Eve, her agent said, and died on Sunday.
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sheena queen of the jungle RIP
Alexi Laiho, 41. Guitarist/vocalist of the Finnish band Children of Bodom.
To say that I had a crush on her is something of an understatement.
Ironically, Gerry was an Everton fan.
Barbara Shelley, aged 88. Was a very glamorous leading lady in many 1950s and 60s Hammer Horror films including Dracula, Quatermass & The Pit, Blood of the Vampire & Village of the Damned etc.
I seem to recall she had relatives in Hull as I worked with a girl mid sixties who was her niece. RIP.
a tad premature: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-55528352
Tanya Roberts: Bond girl and Charlie's Angel still alive, agent says
I was very sad to read yesterday that Racehorse Trainer Zoe Davison had passed away at the age of 60.She had been battling breast cancer for some time....