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Steve Aldo and The Challengers

Using the Chants and Derry Wilkie, Steve Aldo was mostly of the black vocalists over the 60s Merseybeat scene. He previously a bluesy tone of voice with a lot of character. He performed as a kid in lots of Liverpool theatres and he began his defeat group profession by guesting with Howie Casey AS WELL AS THE Seniors. He proved helpful as a females’ hairdresser in London prior to going to ocean and finally time for Liverpool to front side the Challengers. He was maintained by Spencer Lloyd Mason, who also taken care of the Mojos, and Mason created his 1964 cover edition of Marvin Gaye’s ‘Can I GET YOURSELF A See’ for Decca Information. He also documented ‘Everyone MUST Cry’ for Parlophone Information in 1966 and his last music group was the daringly called Steve Aldo AS WELL AS THE Fix. He still left the beat picture and became a publican.

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