The pop singer Vera Lynn died at the age of 103. Here is all you want to know, and more!
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English singer, actress, and songwriter known for hits like “We’ll Meet Again” and “There’ll Always Be England.”
Her grandmother’s maiden name, Lynn, was chosen as Vera’s stage name. She married Harry Lewis in 1941.
I’ve liked country music for as long as I can remember, especially the songs of Dolly Parton. Her lyrics are similar to mine: simple, expressive, from the heart. Our voices are in the same kind of register, too.
I don’t like a cheater.
There was so little said about the Burmese war. The Forgotten 14th, they called them.
When I was a toddler, I fell ill with diphtheritic croup and was taken to an isolation unit. One of my earliest memories is of being on my own in a tent surrounded by steaming kettles.
In the mid-1970s, I even decided to make my own country album. I put the idea to my record company, thinking we’d just go into the studio in the U.K. and make a novelty album. But instead, they suggested I go to Nashville. I was flabbergasted. I hadn’t expected that at all.