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Bucks Fizz are a British pop group that achieved success in the 1980s, most notably for winning the 1981 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Making Your Mind Up". Wikipedia

  • Member of pop group Bucks Fizz, best known for winning the 1981 Eurovision Song Contest and for achieving three UK number one hits with "Making Your Mind Up" (1981), "The Land of Make Believe" (1981) and "My Camera Never Lies" (1982). Born in Epsom, Surrey, England. Wikipedia

  • Making Your Mind Up

    Song by the British pop group Bucks Fizz. The winner of the 1981 Eurovision Song Contest and was composed by Andy Hill and John Danter. Wikipedia

  • Bucks Fizz (album)

    Eponymous debut studio album by the British pop group Bucks Fizz. Released on 26 July 1981, it features their Eurovision-winning song "Making Your Mind Up" as well as the two follow-up singles "Piece of the Action" and "One of Those Nights". Wikipedia

  • Mike Nolan (singer)

    Irish singer who is best known as one of the four original members of the British pop group, Bucks Fizz. Born in Dublin, Republic of Ireland, but brought up in the UK, where he still resides. Wikipedia

  • Are You Ready (Bucks Fizz album)

    Second studio album by the British pop group Bucks Fizz. Released on 26 April 1982 and features the UK No. 1 singles "The Land of Make Believe" and "My Camera Never Lies" as well as the follow-up "Now Those Days Are Gone". Wikipedia

  • Hand Cut

    Third studio album by the British pop group Bucks Fizz. Released on 1 March 1983 and features the UK top 20 hits, "If You Can't Stand the Heat" and "Run for Your Life". Wikipedia

  • Bucks Fizz discography

    Discography of UK pop group Bucks Fizz. Formed in 1981, the group reached number one three times in the UK and scored 20 chart hits. Wikipedia

  • Live at the Fairfield Hall, Croydon

    Live album released in 1991 by pop group Bucks Fizz. Their first and only release with Jet Records. Wikipedia

  • The Fizz

    The Fizz are a British pop music group formed in 2004 as a spin-off from the original group, Bucks Fizz. The core of the group consists of Cheryl Baker, Mike Nolan and Jay Aston, who are all former members of Bucks Fizz and performed as OBF (Original Bucks Fizz) initially with Shelley Preston and then replaced by Jay Aston. Wikipedia

  • Now Those Days Are Gone

    Single by UK pop group Bucks Fizz. It became a UK top ten hit in July 1982 and featured on the group's album Are You Ready. Wikipedia

  • The Land of Make Believe

    1981 single by British band Bucks Fizz. It reached No.1 in the UK in early 1982 - the second single by the band to do so. Wikipedia

  • You and Your Heart So Blue

    Single by UK pop group Bucks Fizz. Written by Andy Hill and Peter Sinfield and was produced by Hill. Wikipedia

  • Greatest Hits (Bucks Fizz album)

    Greatest hits album by the British pop group Bucks Fizz. Released in November 1983. Wikipedia

  • Cheryl Baker

    British television presenter and singer. Member of 1980s pop group Bucks Fizz, who won the 1981 Eurovision Song Contest. Wikipedia

  • Writing on the Wall (Bucks Fizz album)

    Fifth and final studio album by the British pop group Bucks Fizz. Released on 24 November 1986 and featured the comeback top ten single "New Beginning ". Wikipedia

  • Piece of the Action

    Second single by pop group Bucks Fizz, the follow-up to the Eurovision-winning song "Making Your Mind Up". Released in May 1981 and became a UK top 20 hit. Wikipedia

  • I Hear Talk (song)

    1984 single by UK pop group Bucks Fizz, written by Andy Hill and Peter Sinfield, the team responsible for the group's biggest hit in the UK, "The Land of Make Believe". Also produced by Hill. Wikipedia

  • Christmas with the Fizz

    2018 album by British pop group The Fizz. Festive-themed album, the group's first and was released in November 2018. Wikipedia

  • Run for Your Life (Bucks Fizz song)

    1983 single by UK pop group Bucks Fizz. Written by Andy Hill and Ian Bairnson and became the group's eighth consecutive top 20 hit in the UK. Wikipedia

  • I Hear Talk

    Fourth studio album by the pop group Bucks Fizz. Released in November 1984, the album featured the singles "Talking in Your Sleep", "Golden Days" and "I Hear Talk". Wikipedia

  • Singer who is most famous for being a member of the pop group Bucks Fizz, when she replaced Jay Aston in June 1985. The 1986 track New Beginning, which reached the UK top ten. Wikipedia

  • London Town (Bucks Fizz song)

    1983 single by UK pop group Bucks Fizz. Their first single not to reach the UK top 20, breaking a run of nine consecutive top 20 hits. Wikipedia

  • Rules of the Game (song)

    1983 single by UK pop group Bucks Fizz. It fared poorly in the UK Charts, becoming their first single to miss the top 40. Wikipedia

  • My Camera Never Lies

    1982 single by pop group Bucks Fizz. It became the group's second consecutive (and third overall) UK number-one in April 1982. Wikipedia

  • When We Were Young (Bucks Fizz song)

    1983 single by UK pop group Bucks Fizz. The track features lead vocals by band member Jay Aston. Wikipedia

  • The United Kingdom and the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) held a national final titled "A Song for Europe 1981" to choose who would represent them in the Eurovision Song Contest 1981. Held on 11 March 1981 where Bucks Fizz was chosen with "Making Your Mind Up" as the entrant. Wikipedia

  • New Beginning (Bucks Fizz song)

    1986 single by UK pop group Bucks Fizz. Comeback hit , achieving their highest chart placing for four years. Wikipedia

  • Prima Donna (UK band)

    Prima Donna were the United Kingdom representatives in the Eurovision Song Contest 1980. The group comprised sisters Kate Robbins and Jane Robbins, Sally Ann Triplett, Danny Finn, Alan Coates and Lance Aston (brother of Jay Aston, who performed with Bucks Fizz, the following year's contest winners). Wikipedia

  • Eurovision Song Contest 1981

    The 26th edition of the annual Eurovision Song Contest. It took place in Dublin, Ireland, following Johnny Logan's win at the 1980 contest in The Hague, Netherlands with the song "What's Another Year". Wikipedia

  • One of Those Nights (Bucks Fizz song)

    1981 single by UK pop group Bucks Fizz. The group's third single and their third UK top 20 hit. Wikipedia

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