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Guys ‘n’ Dolls

Guys ‘n’ Dolls were formed in 1974, after Ammo Productions held auditions for three girls and three boys to start the band.

They secured a couple of Top Ten hits in the UK Singles Chart during the 1970s, with the songs There’s A Whole Lot Of Loving (January 1975) and You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me (1976).

guysndolls_003In 1977, the group had a #1 hit in the Netherlands with their version of the old Cilla Black song, You’re My World.

Two of the group’s vocalists, David Van Day and Thereza Bazar, later found international fame as Dollar.

The group’s main vocalists Dominic Grant and Julie Forsyth (daughter of television legend Bruce Forsyth) scored a Top Ten hit in Holland with Love Grows, whilst the entire original six-piece line up of Guys ‘n’ Dolls reunited in 2008 for Dutch TV appearances.

Paul Griggs
Vocals
David Van Day
Vocals
Thereza Bazar
Vocals
Dominic Grant
Vocals
Martine Howard
Vocals
Julie Forsyth
Vocals