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|
|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.”
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.
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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