Musical artists similar to or like Petula Clark

British singer, actress, and composer. Wikipedia

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  • Downtown (Petula Clark song)

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  • Dionne Warwick

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  • Emma Bunton

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  • Tom Jones (singer)

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  • Elaine Paige

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  • Marianne Faithfull

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  • Pete Townshend

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  • English pop music singer, who was mainly active during the 1960s. She had three hits on the UK Singles Chart with "Up on the Roof", "Count on Me" (both 1963) and "Come to Me" (1964). Wikipedia

  • Jordin Sparks

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  • Debbie Reynolds

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Sentences forPetula Clark

  • At midnight on 15 November, simultaneously with ITV and two years after BBC2, BBC1 officially began 625-line PAL colour programming on UHF with a broadcast of a concert by Petula Clark.BBC One-Wikipedia
  • Fellow child entertainer Petula Clark, three years her senior, recalled touring around the UK by train to sing for the troops alongside Andrews; they slept in the luggage racks.Julie Andrews-Wikipedia
  • Finally, "This Is My Song", performed by Petula Clark for A Countess from Hong Kong (1967), reached number one on the UK and other European charts.Charlie Chaplin-Wikipedia
  • One of the most frequent interpreters of Gainsbourg's songs was British singer Petula Clark, whose success in France was propelled by her recordings of his tunes.Serge Gainsbourg-Wikipedia
  • In the 1967 Cash Box poll, she was second to Petula Clark, and in 1968's poll second to Aretha Franklin.Dionne Warwick-Wikipedia
  • Williams and Petula Clark recorded "Happy Heart" around the same time, just before his guest appearance on her second NBC-TV special.Andy Williams-Wikipedia

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