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Friday Brown


A young Friday, with her guitar.

A young Friday.

Friday Brown singing.

Friday Brown is singing and Alex Kirby is playing saxaphone.

Friday Brown performing.

Friday Brown in Manchester's Studio N, some time between 1967 and 1972. © Mike Baker.

Friday Brown in Manchester's Studio N, some time between 1967 and 1972. © Mike Baker.

Friday Brown, as she appeared on her LP record cover.

Friday on 'The Two Ronnies'.

A publicity shot of Friday Brown for BBC 2's 'Show of the Week - The Two Ronnies', broadcast on Monday June 11th 1973 at 9.25pm.

A posed picture of Friday.

A card from Ronnie Rossal, given to Friday Brown.

Friday Brown with her guitar.

Friday performs in Bulgaria.

Friday Brown’s most successful record.

‘Shake a Hand’, with the centre of the disc removed for playing in a jukebox.

A demonstration disc of ‘Getting Nowhere’.

'The Promise'.

Invitation card featuring Friday Brown.

A poster for Roy Orbison, with guest Friday Brown.

Friday at THe Willows.

Friday Brown in a newspaper picture of 10 May 1970.

Friday Brown with her guitar, from a press cutting.

A local press cutting.

A newspaper cutting from 8th october, 1970.

From the ‘Record Collector’s Rare Record Guide’.

An entirely erroneous entry from the ‘Encyclopedia of Popular Music’. Friday in fact continued working after 1969, recording for Fontana and Philips, performing in song festivals and on TV and radio. This period, she says, ‘was the most productive time of my singing career’. It should also be noted that the studios were located in Stockport, not Salford…