Lynsey de Paul (Lynsey Monckton Rubin)

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Southwark, London, England, UK
Trained in classical music, London-born pianist Lynsey de Paul entered art college and turned her hand to designing album sleeves as a means to boost her income. This awakened her interest in songwriting and some of her first tunes were recorded by other artists in 1971. In 1972, after co-writing her first hit single for The Fortunes ("Storm in a Teacup"), Lynsey emerged as a performer in her own right with hit single "Sugar Me". Success as a singer-songwriter was consolidated with a run of hit singles and four albums, including representing the U.K. Read more...