Lonnie Donegan, MBE (born April 29, 1931, Bridgeton, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland – died November 3, 2002, Market Deeping, Lincolnshire, England) was a Scottish skiffle vocalist, banjo, washboard player, guitarist and songwriter, dubbed the “King Of Skiffle”, who influenced many 1960's British pop musicians.
http://www.lonniedonegan.com Lonnie Donegan performs "Rock Island Line" live on "Putting on the Donegan" 15/6/1961
05/11/2002 · Lonnie Donegan. The founding father of British pop, he sang his way from traditional jazz through skiffle hits to a novelty song about chewing gum. Robin Denselow. Mon 4 Nov 2002 21.15 EST.
"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.
05/08/2018 · A fully autonomous Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group recorded the third single, Bring A Little Water Sylvie. This was the first recording made without the aid of Chris Barber Jazz Band personnel. August 17th Friday NME Advert and Picture - August 22 nd & 23 rd. I.B.C. Studio’s London. LD Skiffle Group recorded ground breaking LP, Lonnie Donegan ...
Skiffle was a relatively obscure genre, and it might have been largely forgotten if not for its revival in the United Kingdom in the 1950s and the success of its main proponent, Lonnie Donegan. British skiffle grew out of the developing post-war British jazz scene, which saw a move away from swing music and towards trad jazz . 
Top 50 Songs for the year 1956 from the Billboard Year-End Hot 50 charts.