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I had the pleasure of meeting Helen on Sunday 26 Aug this year on a sad occasion ( the stone setting of one of her cousins) so today I did an online search for her and was pleasantly suprised to read her about her quest for spiritual happiness it now seems a case of walking forward to happiness, it would have been nice to have chatted with her knowing what I now know, if you read this Helen I was the one introduced by Jas. health and happiness Norman
I found her on You Tube looking for a song that enjoyed early in her singing career which I guessed 1959 to 1961. However, I could not remember the name of the catchy song but enjoyed all of her songs all over again. I remain a old fan of hers which dates back to days
when I was stationed in England with the US Air Force, Leicestershire.
Proud to have grown up with Helen and listened to her great voice.
Thanks for your fantastic website. I just recieved my copy of "switched
on number ones. Helen was great. Look forward to more news in the future.
I used to be a member of the official Helen Shapiro fan club way back in about 1979 onwards, I used to enjoy the get-to-gethers usually i the North London area. Are you still in contact with Helen? if so say hello to her from Derek Larkins for me please.
Andy, thank you for setting up Helen's new guestbook. I'd like to express my sadness at the loss of three British icons: Kathy Kirby, Susannah York, and Dana Wynter. Thank goodness for video and audio tape so we may enjoy their talents for years to come.
Stephen G. Calcagno, Jr.
Marrero, Louisiana. USA
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