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My Elusive Dreams · Steve Gulley.
My Elusive Dreams" is a country music song written by Billy Sherrill and Curly Putman, which has been recorded by several artists. The best-known version was recorded as a duet by David Houston and Tammy Wynette, and was a No. 1 country hit in October 1967; the song also peaked at No. 89 on the Billboard Hot 100. Wynette recorded a second duet version of My Elusive Dreams in 1973 with George Jones; this version was included on the Let's Build a World Together album.
Frankie Stevens is, without exception, one of New Zealand's best-loved entertainers with an international singing, acting and performing career spanning over 3. .Stevens has performed around the world at such venues as London's Palladium and Royal Albert Hall, and Las Vegas' MGM Grand Hotel. Since 1982 Stevens has been based in his hometown of Wellington, but has toured New Zealand and Australia in Jesus Christ Superstar, toured nationally with Sir Howard Morrison, and continues to perform worldwide including Australia and the US. Frankie is a consummate Master Of Ceremonies and a versatile entertainer, performing as a solo singer using a computerised full band backing or with a full live band.
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Frankie Stevens was born Francis Donald McKechnie Stevenson in Wellington, New Zealand in 1950. His mother was Maori, and his father Scottish. He has 10 brothers and sisters. One of his younger brothers is Jon Stevens, who has also had a very successful career in his own right. In 1970 Frankie married his childhood sweetheart Margaret. They have two children, Amanda and Taryn. My Elusive Dreams" became a major New Zealand hit, reaching the number one spot on many local charts throughout New Zealand and reaching the number 5 position on the National New Zealand chart in March 1970, staying around on that chart for 7 weeks. In 1970, Frankie moved to London where he became something of a minor sensation winning the talent show ‘Opportunity Knocks’ six times in a row.
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Frankie Stevens (born Francis Donald McKechnie Stevenson), MNZM, is a New Zealand entertainer and singer. He was a judge for all three seasons on the reality series New Zealand Idol. He is the brother of singer Jon Stevens. 1 Early career The next year, he moved to London where he won the talent show Opportunity Knocks six times in a row, sang at both The Palladium and Albert Hall, represented Great Britain in several song contests, winning the Silver Prize in the Second Tokyo Music Festival, the Bronze Medal in Caracas Venezuela, and the Gold Medal at the Golden Orpheus Song Festival in Bulgaria.
Album My Elusive Dreams (1970). You had my child in Memphus. I heard of work in Nashville. I know your tired Of following My elusive dreams and scheems. For there only fleeting things. Songwriters: BILLY SHERRILL, CLAUDE PUTMAN J. CURLY PUTMAN. More Bobby Vinton lyrics.
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|A||My Elusive Dreams
Arranged By – Bob Young Written-By – Sherill*, Putman*
|B||Everything I Am
Written-By – Penn*, Oldham*
- Made By – His Master's Voice (NZ) Limited
- Published By – Sydney Tree
- Producer – Mike Perjanik
NotesPublishing - A Side: Sydney Tree
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label A, Etched A): 7YT.1021
- Matrix / Runout (Label B, Etched B): 7YT.1022
|DO-8924||Frankie Stevens||My Elusive Dreams (7", Single, Promo)||Columbia||DO-8924||Australia||1970|