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Janice Hoyte

Janice Hoyte

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Hoyte had worked at Marks & Spencer in the UK, and the Social Society of that company had been behind the release of her first LP, 'I'm A Winner', in 1974. She had a single out on United Artists in 1979, a Disco version of the old standard 'When I Fall In Love' (BP-312; 9/79), and went on to work with some big names, including Pete Townshend (backing vocals on his album 'The Iron Man') and Bill Wyman (singing with his Rhythm Kings).
Janice became the first West Indian quiz show hostess in 1978, on British television as Alan Taylor’s sidekick on HTV’s version of Mr and Mrs. But singing was her main talent, so HTV produced a showcase for her; first shown locally after ‘News at Ten’, just eleven days before this part-network screening.

In Groups:Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings, Bootleg Kings, E.C.A. (4), Flesh (2)
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