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Pepsi & Shirley

Former support singers to Wham!, Lawrie ‘Pepsi’ Demacque (b. 10 Dec 1958, Paddington, London, Britain) and Shirlie Holliman (b. 18 Apr 1962, Watford, Hertfordshire, Britain) embarked on a single career from then on group’s break-up in 1986. This connection was place to great make use of in the united kingdom teenage magazine marketplace where their pop/dance design appealed to suburban viewers. Putting your signature on to Polydor Information, the duo attained two UK Top 10 singles in 1987 with ‘Heartache’ (#2 2) and ‘Goodbye Stranger’ (# 9 9). Afterwards singles fared much less well and Modification premiered over 3 years after their debut. Though it included one track George Michael wrote to them, ‘Someday’, it appeared that Pepsi And Shirlie’s pursuing had shifted. The album didn’t chart no solitary achievement resulted. Their efforts to rehabilitate their picture compared to that of golf club divas in 1993 misled nobody. Demacque continued to surface in many London musicals, furthermore to locating regular employment like a session vocalist. Holliman wedded Martin Kemp of Spandau Ballet.

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