Jeannie and the Big Guys
Chester

Info kindly supplied by Arty Davies

In Sept '62 The Pacemakers of Chester changed their name to Four Hits and a Miss. 

Again, one year later, changed again to Jeannie and the Big Guys.

Jeannies real name was Rita Hughes.

After she left the Big Guys she was backed by Earl Royce and the Olympics and recorded as Cindy Cole.

The Pacemakers

David Jones   (lead guitar), Geoff Dawson (rhythm guitar), Owen Roberts (    bass guitar), George Roberts (drums), Rita Hughes (vocals).     

Four Hits and a Miss
David Jones (lead guitar), Geoff Dawson  (rhythm guitar),  Owen Roberts  (bass guitar), George Roberts (drums, replaced by Terry Lynch), Rita Hughes (vocals).                                

Jeannie and The Big Guys
Peter Johnson (lead guitar), Phil Blackman  (keyboards),  Owen Roberts (bass guitar), Terry Lynch (drums), Rita Hughes (vocals).

Peter Johnson (lead guitar), Phil Blackman (keyboards), John Pickett (bass guitar), George Roberts (drums), Rita Hughes (vocals).

 

Swindon Locarno
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Discography  
Don't lie to me/Boys Piccadilly 7n 35147 1963
I Want You/Sticks And Stones Piccadilly Piccadilly 7n 35164 1964
As Cindy Cole    
A Love like Yours /He's sure the boy I love   1965
Just being Your baby / lonely little blue boy   1966
 



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