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Tim Andrews

English ’60s pop singer Tim Andrews was a flexible singer/guitarist who sang for a number of bands before getting into a short-lived single career. Given birth to Chris Andrews, he made an appearance as the Artful Dodger in the London and NY productions of Lionel Bart’s Oliver before settling in London in 1965. Andrews after that sang using the mod ensemble the Gremlins before becoming a member of the Fleur De Lys in 1966 as an alternative for original vocalist Frank Smith. After parting methods using the Fleur De Lys in 1967, Andrews transformed his name to Tim in order not to become puzzled with another vocalist/songwriter at that time. As a single designer for Parlophone, Andrews teamed with songwriter Paul Korda and released many singles from 1969 to 1970 including “Angel Encounter,” “JUST HOW MANY More Hearts COULD BE Broken,” as well as others.

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