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Jackie Trent

Here is a great song performed by the dynamic Jackie Trent.
Jackie Trent (born Yvonne Burgess in 1940, Newcastle-under-Lyme) is an English singer, songwriter, and actress. Her first stage appearance was as a ten-year-old ingenue in the pantomime "Babes In The Wood", but her primary interest was a career in pop music. Her first single, "Pick Up the Pieces", was released in 1962, but it was not until two record labels and three years later that she scored her first hit, "Where Are You Now?" written by Tony Hatch, who at that time was involved in a highly successful professional collaboration with Petula Clark. She married Hatch in 1967.
She recorded numerous singles and albums, both as a solo artist and in tandem with her husband. In addition to their compositions for Clark, over the years she and Hatch wrote a wealth of material for other artists, including Frank Sinatra, Nancy Wilson, Des O'Connor, Shirley Bassey, Vikki Carr, and Dean Martin.
The 1970s saw Hatch and Trent diversify into the world of musical theatre. In 1978, the couple left the UK for a four-year residency in Dublin, where they hosted their own TV series Words And Music and It's A Musical World, before moving to Australia in 1982.
Trent and Hatch separated in 1995, and divorced in 2002. Following the couple's initial separation, Trent made a hugely successful return to the British stage, touring the country in the musical High Society. After spending several years in semi-retirement, she toured Australia with a series of concerts in April and May 2004.
Jackie Trent has been in the show business for more than 50 years! Enjoy her powerful voice!

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