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Born in London to Irish parents, Mary O'Brien would go on to become one of the world's most famous female singers. Read her story.
In 1958 Mary briefly became part of cabaret act ‘The Lana Sisters’ and made her first professional recordings with that group. She left to reunite with her brother and another vocalist Tim Field. Folk act ‘The Springfields’ was born with Mary and Dion taking new stage names as Tom and Dusty Springfield.
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