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  1. The Lonnie Donegan Folk Album (August 1965) Lonniepops – Lonnie Donegan Today (1970) Lonnie Donegan Meets Leinemann (with Leinemann, 1974) Country Roads (with Leinemann, 1976) Puttin' on the Style (February 1978) Including guest musicians Rory Gallagher, Elton John, Brian May, Ronnie Wood and Ringo Starr amongst others. Sundown (May 1979)

  2. http://www.lonniedonegan.com Lonnie Donegan performs "Rock Island Line" live on "Putting on the Donegan" 15/6/1961

  3. "I'll Never Fall in Love Again" Single by Lonnie Donegan; B-side "Keep On the Sunny Side" Released: 1962 (): Label: Pye: Songwriter(s) Jimmy Currie, Lonnie Donegan "I'll Never Fall in Love Again" is a song written by Lonnie Donegan and Jimmy Currie, and first released by Donegan as a single in 1962.

  4. Listen to Dreamboats & Petticoats Presents: 3 Steps to Heaven by Various Artists on Apple Music. Stream songs including “Only the Lonely”, “Three Steps to Heaven (Remastered)” and more.

  5. nl.wikipedia.org › wiki › SkiffleSkiffle - Wikipedia

    In de jaren vijftig werd skiffle in Groot-Brittannië enorm populair toen de Schotse zanger Lonnie Donegan een wereldhit scoorde met Rock Island line. Ook volgende hits als Does your chewing gum lose it's flavour on the bedpost overnight? en My old man's a dustman werden in de Benelux hits. Soms noemt men skiffle ook wel de Britse country.

  6. Over the years, the band have a built a reputation in the country as the go to act when it comes to 50’s rock ‘n’ roll. This has led to the band being invited to perform alongside Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Lonnie Donegan as well as the Holliday Sisters (Elvis’ original backing singers) to name but a few.

  7. Seventeen-year-old John Lennon was performing there with a group of school chums who called themselves the Quarrymen. They were a product of the skiffle craze - a fad inspired by the primitive wash­board-band sound of Lonnie Donegan’s hit "Rock Island Line” — but they displayed a pronounced rock and roll bent.