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The Fortunes - sixties vocal harmony

The Fortunes

The Fortunes
sixties vocal harmony
The Fortunes - This Internationally Successful group hailing from the Birmingham area contribute their incredible vocal harmonies to some of the most melodic and enduring pop songs of the 60's and early 70's. During which they showcased the talents of song writing team Roger Cook and Roger Greenaway with such hits as 'You've Got Your Troubles' - 'Here It Comes Again' - 'Freedom Come Freedom Go' - 'Here Comes That Rainy Day Feeling Again' Another hit of theirs 'Storm In a Teacup' was Written by Lynsey De Paul. A not so big hit The Fortunes was 'Caroline' which was adopted by the Pirate Radio Ship Radio Caroline to use as their theme tune.

Sadly founder member Rod Allen passed away in 2008 after a short illness, but the band still continue to be as busy as ever with long term member Michael Smitham at the helm, with Bob Jackson, Glen Taylor and frontman Eddie Mooney (who incidentally was chosen by Rod Allen himself as his replacement) they aim to continue the fortunes tradition of high quality performances around the UK and abroad.

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