Susan Holliday

Profile:
Susan was in a school group in 1957 with Helen and Marc Bolan (of T-Rex) that spent the whole summer rehearsing under the name
Susie and the Hoola Hoops!
John Schroeder wrote 'Hello first love', and 'Lock your heart away' with Mike Hawker.
Helen co-wrote 'Answer to a prayer' with Susan when they were ten years old.
When Susan left Oriole Records in 1964 she was signed to Columbia Records, and became Susan/Sue Holliday.
Her last recordings for Columbia were jazz orientated and were issued on her album 'I Wanna Say Hello'.
There was a slight name change and she was billed on the album as Su Holliday.
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Artist

Albums

SX 6067 Susan Holliday - I Wanna Say Hello! album art Su Holliday* I Wanna Say Hello!(LP, Album, Mono) Columbia SX 6067 UK 1966 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Susan Holliday - Street Of Dark Despair album art Susan Holliday Street Of Dark Despair (Single) Columbia UK 1964 Sell This Version
Susan Holliday - Any Day Now album art Susan Holliday Any Day Now Columbia UK 1964 Sell This Version
DO-4689 Susan Holliday - Any Day Now / Street Of Dark Despair album art Susan Holliday Any Day Now / Street Of Dark Despair(7", Single) Columbia DO-4689 Australia 1964 Sell This Version
DB 7616 Susan Holliday Sometimes(7") Columbia DB 7616 UK 1964 Sell This Version
Susan Holliday - Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You) album art Susan Holliday Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You) (Single) Columbia UK 1965 Sell This Version

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