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Charlie Dore

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Born: 1/1/1956

Charlie Dore
Wrote lyrics
Performed songs

Born in Pinner, Middlesex, England.

While she was in school for drama, Charlie formed her own band, Charlie Dore's Back Pocket, playing locally in London. It was there that she was spotted by Chris Blackwell and signed to Island Records.

The single "Pilot of the Airwaves," off her debut album "Where to Now" reached number 11 in the United States, resulting in her being voted Best New Female Singer by Record World Magazine.

Dore returned to acting after her second album, appearing in many English productions and movies.

Dore is also a credible songwriter, as she has written tracks for Tina Turner, Celine Dion, Barry Manilow, and Yaz.


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