Joan Regan (Pop Singer) – Bio, Birthday, Family, Age & Born


Joan Regan was an English traditional pop music singer, popular during the 1950s and early 1960s.

Born: Jan 19, 1928, Romford, Essex, England
Died: Sept 12, 2013, London, England
Genres: Traditional pop music
Occupation(s): Singer, actress
Instruments: Vocals
Years active: 1953–2013
Labels: Decca, emi Pye, Nectar
IMDb: Joan Regan’s IMDb

About Joan Regan

Traditional singer who rose to stardom during the 1950s for hits such as “May You Always,” “Ricochet,” and “Papa Loves Mama.”

Before Fame

She worked a job at a photography studio re-touching pictures. Her 1953 demo record included the songs “Too Young” and “I’ll Walk Alone.”


She was knocked out by a safety curtain while appearing on her own BBC TV show, Be My Guest.

Family Life

She was raised by her Irish parents in Romford, Essex.


She sang a cover of the Doris Day song “If I Give My Heart to You.”

Information related to Joan Regan

  • Pye Records artists
  • Actresses from Kent
  • Northern soul musicians
  • Musicians from Kent
  • Traditional pop music singers
  • Decca Records artists

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Latest information about Joan Regan updated on September 11, 2020.

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