"Does Your Chewing Gum Lose it's Flavor on the Bedpost Overnight?" Lonnie Donegan.

"Does Your Chewing Gum Lose it's Flavor on the Bedpost Overnight?" Lonnie Donegan.

Anthony James Donegan MBE (29 April 1931 – 3 November 2002),[1] recording under the name of Lonnie Donegan, was a British singer, songwriter and musician, with more than 20 UK Top 30 hits to his name. He is known as the "King of Skiffle" and is often cited as a major influence on the generation of British musicians who became famous in the 1960s

Anthony James Donegan MBE (29 April 1931 – 3 November 2002),[1] recording under the name of Lonnie Donegan, was a British singer, songwriter and musician, with more than 20 UK Top 30 hits to his name. He is known as the "King of Skiffle" and is often cited as a major influence on the generation of British musicians who became famous in the 1960s

Billy Bragg motivated me to dig out this version by the King of British Skiffle, Lonnie Donegan. Many of Britain's great rockers name Lonnie as a major influence, so he was probably at the root of the British music invasion of America in the 60's   How Good was he?   Lonnie Donegan - Rock Island Line (Live) 15/6/1961

Billy Bragg motivated me to dig out this version by the King of British Skiffle, Lonnie Donegan. Many of Britain's great rockers name Lonnie as a major influence, so he was probably at the root of the British music invasion of America in the 60's How Good was he? Lonnie Donegan - Rock Island Line (Live) 15/6/1961

Lonnie Donegan - Does Your Chewing Gum Lose it's Flavour? - YouTube

Lonnie Donegan - Does Your Chewing Gum Lose it's Flavour? - YouTube

Ottilie Patterson & Lonnie Donegan - "When I Move to the Sky

Ottilie Patterson & Lonnie Donegan - "When I Move to the Sky

lonnie donegan - YouTube battle of new orleans

lonnie donegan - YouTube battle of new orleans

Some of you might know this song covered by others on into the 60s - but it was Irishman Lonnie Donegan who first hit with 'Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor (on the bedpost overnight) in 1959 - it hit in the US in 1961 and was another one of the songs I drove my parents nuts with singing and playing it.

Some of you might know this song covered by others on into the 60s - but it was Irishman Lonnie Donegan who first hit with 'Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor (on the bedpost overnight) in 1959 - it hit in the US in 1961 and was another one of the songs I drove my parents nuts with singing and playing it.

Lonnie Donegan - Chewing Gum 1981 - YouTube

Lonnie Donegan - Chewing Gum 1981 - YouTube

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