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Rachel Fury

Musical Artist

Rachel Fury is the stage name of Rachel Brennock, an English singer, songwriter and actor most widely known for performing with Pink Floyd on three world tours from 1987-1989. Rachel Brennock began her acting career at age ten, appearing in the 1971 British children's movie "Mr. Horatio Knibbles." During the 1970s she played parts in various other TV shows and movies, a number of which were produced, like "Mr Horatio Knibbles", under the aegis of the UK Children's Film Foundation. At the same time, Brennock was building a career as a singer. In 1972, under the name "Weeny Bopper", Brennock recorded the single "David, Donny and Michael", a Pye Records release intended to capitalize on weenybopper enthusiasm for David Cassidy, Donny Osmond, and Michael Jackson. By 1978, Brennock was an established London session singer, known for a "sassy 'Ronettes' sound." In the 1980s, Brennock adopted the stage name Rachel Fury, and toured as a backing singer with Howard Devoto and The Lover Speaks. She co-wrote the song "When We Dream" with Phil Saatchi for his 1987 album "Wheel of Fortune," and performed vocals on several Saatchi songs. Fury signed on as a backing singer for the Pink Floyd  ( Wikipedia article )

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Date of birth
1961

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