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US native Madeline Bell took up residency in England in 1962. She engaged in studio performances with Dusty Springfield, Elton John, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, amongst others. She also worked with international stars such as Ray Charles, Dionne Warwick, Joe Cocker, George Michael and Billy Preston. Madeline became world-famous as singer of the Blue Mink duo with the hits “Melting Pot”, “Good Morning Freedom” and “The Bannerman”. As a soloist she brought the house down in Tom Parker’s “The New London Chorale” and in the musical “One Night At The Cotton Club”. In June 2003, Madeline Bell was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award in England.


Madeline Bell