Chanteuse Rock 'n' Roll Britannique, Janice Peters a enregistré chez Columbia Records.
Peters played a small but fiery part in British rock 'n roll's early history. A
brunette with a beguiling smile, she was signed to EMI's Columbia label in 1958
and cut the Brenda Lee-styled "This Little
Girl's Gone Rockin'," backed with the less interesting "Kiss Cha Cha." In 1959,
she recorded with Shadows co-founder and songwriter Iam Samwell, cutting
Samwell's "A Girl Likes," a piece of high-energy rockabilly that almost crossed
over into Lene Lovich-style punk with its frantic pacing and Peters' vocal
Peters at her best was too American to succeed in England. She disappeared from the recording scene early on, leaving behind a handful of eminently listenable songs.
Talents : Vocals
Style musical : Rock 'n' Roll
This Little Girl's Gone Rockin'
A Girl Likes (1959)
Years in activity :
|12/1958||SP COLUMBIA DB 4222 (UK)||This Little Girl's Gone Rockin' / Kiss Cha Cha|
|03/1959||SP COLUMBIA DB 4276 (UK)||A Girl Likes / You're The One|
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