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LEO SAYER

Leo Sayer is a British born singer-songwriter, musician and entertainer whose singing career has spanned four decades.  Sayer began his music career co-writing songs with David Courtney, the man who discovered him through auditions held at the Pavillion Theatre, Brighton, in 1971.  Courtney & Sayer co-wrote numerous international hits including "Giving it all away" which gave Rodger Daltry of The Who his first hit without The Who in 1973.  That same year Sayer began his career as a recording artist with his single "The Show Must Go On", he wore a pierrot style costume and make-up and the song quickly went to number 2.  He had several subsequent hits including "One Man Band" and "Long Tall Glasses"

 

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