Pauline Black

Pauline Black

British actress and Ska singer
Belinda Magnus OBE DL, better known as Pauline Black, is an English singer, actress and author. In a music career spanning over 40 years, Black came to prominence in the late 1970s as the lead singer of the 2 Tone ska revival band the Selecter, which released four singles that entered the Top 40 charts in the United Kingdom during the 1970s and the 1980s, including "On My Radio", "Three Minute Hero", "Missing Words" and "The Whisper".Wikipedia
BornOctober 23, 1953
HometownRomford, United Kingdom
Height5'6" (1.68m)
SpouseTerry Button (m 1980 - present)
ParentsGordon Adenle

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‘We were all as mad as hatters’: the long-lost documentary telling the story of 2 Tone

  • Back in the Eighties, Rotters nightclub in Liverpool was never the sort of place to threaten the nearby Cavern Club when it came to cultural significance. While the site of the subterranean Cavern attracted Beatles fans from around the world, Rotters – located above a city centre multi-storey car park – was best known for holding the world record for the largest ever champagne fountain. But on the evening of Tuesday October 14 1980, as ska revival band The Specials launched into a vigorous rendi


Charles and Camilla visit Herbert Art Gallery

The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall met Selector singer Pauline Black as they toured an exhibition called 2 Tone: Lives and Legacies, which celebrates the Coventry based record label. Prince Charles then met local members of the Indian Community who are fundraising to support those impacted by the Covid-19 crisis in India.
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