Gerry Marsden & The Pacemakers

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 In 1962 Gerry and the Pacemakers were signed by manager Brian Epstein as his second group after the Beatles, and made their name with ballads like 'Ferry Cross the Mersey' and 'Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying' as well as raunchy pop. But it was a Rodgers & Hammer stein song, 'You'll Never Walk Alone', which had enthralled Marsden since he saw the film Carousel in his youth, that was their biggest hit. For three decades it has remained the anthem of the crowds at Liverpool Football Club, played before kick-off every Saturday, inscribed on the club gates and always the most popular concert request.

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Gerry Marsden is a driven man, an artist with enormous confidence and a unique spirit. From his streetwise boyhood and early love of music to his friendship - and keen rivalry - with the Beatles, hunger for fame and hard-won success, his story is one of grit, warmth, humor and determination.

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