Beverly Ross
Beverly Ross

an architect of Rock ‘N Roll

Iconic songwriter &

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Beverly Ross in the News:

Due to her formative influence on the Rock ‘N Roll genre, Beverly has consistently maintained an important place in the news media & Rock ‘n’ Roll history books since her earliest hits in 1955.

Beverly Ross on the Web:

Beverly Ross is a songwriter, singer, and musician whose career has carried her across 50 years of music, from the 1950s into the 21st century. Born in Brooklyn, NY” - from article

“Many of women I interviewed, such as Wanda Jackson, Dolores Hart, and Beverly Ross, remembered the clothes and jewelry they were wearing; again, adding to the intimacy.” - interview with Chris Kennedy, author of 1950s Radio in Color

“Kandy Life” is a piano/synth-driven slow jam that incorporates bits of the Chordettes’ classic “Lollipop” (originally performed by Ronald & Ruby in 1958) in its hook.”  - from “Lady Gaga’s Unreleased “Kandy Life” leaks”

“19-year-old Spector managed to endear himself to such hit makers as Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, and he was soon song-writing among the greats, including Beverly Ross, Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich.” - from People Magazine archive “Phil Spector” article

“For a long time, I've dreamed of speaking with the singer and songwriter who first penned the song Lollipop, back in the late 1950's. That dream finally came true for me last Saturday.” - Examiner article by Ken Utterback

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