Phil and Don Everly perform together

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Sir Cliff Richard is to release his hundredth album at age 72

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Slim Whitman who has died aged 90

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Country singer Slim Whitman has died at the age of 90 in Florida.

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Described as "the Italian Elvis", Little Tony, who died on 27 May at the age of 72, was a rock'n'roll pioneer whose rebel look and interpretation of the rock'n'roll repertoire shook up his home country in the late 1950s, writes Pierre Perrone. But his fame also spread across Europe, including France and the UK, where he scored a Top 20 hit with "Too Good" in 1960.

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An Elvis impersonator posing in front of Las Vegas welcome sign, Nevada, USA

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The Saturday Quiz answers

1. "The past is a foreign country".

Tony Sheridan: Singer and guitarist who was a catalyst in the early career of The Beatles

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Tony Sheridan, the guitarist and singer-songwriter who had The Beatles as his back-up band before they hit the big time, died at the weekend in Hamburg, Germany.

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