Lee Lawrence

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Lee Lawrence (born Leon Siroto, 1920 – 26 February 1961) was a British singer who was popular in the 1950s.

He was born in Salford. Both his parents sang with the Carl Rosa Opera Company, and at the age of 16 he went to Italy to study opera for three years. After returning to England, he enlisted in the Royal Tank Regiment and sang with the Entertainments National Service Association (ENSA), where he was noticed after the end of the war by BBC radio producer Roy Spear. He sang on Spear's programme Beginners Please, and made many appearances with other bands including those of Stanley Black, Sydney Lipton, and Cyril Stapleton.


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Lee Lawrence (born Leon Siroto, 1920 – 26 February 1961) was a British singer who was popular in the 1950s.

He was born in Salford. Both his parents sang with the Carl Rosa Opera Company, and at the age of 16 he went to Italy to study opera for three years. After returning to England, he enlisted in the Royal Tank Regiment and sang with the Entertainments National Service Association (ENSA), where he was noticed after the end of the war by BBC radio producer Roy Spear. He sang on Spear's programme Beginners Please, and made many appearances with other bands including those of Stanley Black, Sydney Lipton, and Cyril Stapleton.


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Top Tracks

Crying In The Chapel 1

Crying In The Chapel

Don't Nobody Move 2

Don't Nobody Move

Suddenly There's A Valley 3

Suddenly There's A Valley

Rock 'n' Roll Opera 4

Rock 'n' Roll Opera

Crying In The Chapel  (Digitally Remastered) 5

Crying In The Chapel (Digitally Remastered)

The Girl From Galway Bay 6

The Girl From Galway Bay

Blue Tango 7

Blue Tango

How Can You Buy Killarney? 8

How Can You Buy Killarney?

At Last! At Last! 9

At Last! At Last!

To Live My Life With You 10

To Live My Life With You

Top Albums

The Very Best of Lee Lawrence
The Very Best of Lee Lawrence
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Crying In The Chapel
Crying In The Chapel
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The Green Glens of Antrim
The Green Glens of Antrim
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