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OriginLuton, Bedfordshire, England
GenresPop music
Past membersJeff Mudd
Fred Mudd
Mary Mudd
David Lane
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The Mudlarks were an English pop vocal group of the late 1950s and early 1960s.[1] They had two Top 10 UK hit singles in 1958.[2]

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  • Posted on February 22, 2019September 16, 2018by Richard Jones On 23rd February, 1893, a murder took place in Poplar, in the East End of London, that genuinely shock the people of the district. The victim was an elderly woman by the name of Ann Darby.
  • Dec 27, 2016 For mudlarks of all ages and experience, there are some good practices to follow since the Thames is a tidal river. Lara suggested these tips for anyone up for the adventure: “The one rule everyone should follow is safety. The Thames is a powerful benefactor: twice a day it reveals its foreshore then the waters rise to claim it back again.
  • Sep 29, 2010 The mudlarks generally consist of boys and girls, varying in age from eight to fourteen or fifteen. For the most part they are ragged, and in a very filthy state, and are a peculiar class, confined to the river. As soon as the tide is out they make their appearance, and remain till it comes in.


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The Mudlarks were a family group from Luton, Bedfordshire, England,[1] originally comprising Jeff Mudd (born 1935), Fred Mudd (1937 – 2007),[3] and Mary Mudd (born 1939).[4] According to press releases at the time, they all had jobs at the Vauxhall motor plant in Luton, and spent their spare time singing together.[4] In 1958, they attracted the attention of BBC Radio music presenter David Jacobs,[1] who won them an appearance on the Six-Five SpecialTV show, and a recording contract with EMI's Columbia label.[4]

The Mudlarks' first release, 'Mutual Admiration Society', was unsuccessful but their second, a cover of the Americannoveltysong 'Lollipop', originally recorded by the duoRonald and Ruby, and more successfully by The Chordettes, rose to No. 2 in the UK Singles Chart.[2][4] They followed this with another UKTop 10hit, a cover of The Monotones' 'Book of Love'.[2][4] At the end of 1958, The Mudlarks were voted top British vocal group by readers of the New Musical Express.[4] Jeff Mudd then left the group as he was called to do National Service.[1] He was replaced by David Lane (born David Burgess, 1938 – 2010), a compere and entertainer on the Manchester club circuit. The Mudlarks continued to release records until 1964, but had only one more hit – 'The Love Game', a No. 30 hit in 1959.[2]

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Fred Mudd married Leila Williams,[3] who was Miss Great Britain in 1957 and from 1958 until 1962 co-hosted the BBC children's programme Blue Peter. He died in Marbella, Spain in 2007,[3] leaving a widow, daughter and three grandsons.

In 1962, Mary Mudd and David Lane married in Newton Abbot. Lane died at his home in Hattersley in 2010; he had cancer for eight years previously.[5]

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  1. ^ abcdColin Larkin, ed. (2002). The Virgin Encyclopedia of Fifties Music (Third ed.). Virgin Books. p. 301. ISBN1-85227-937-0.
  2. ^ abcdRoberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 382. ISBN1-904994-10-5.
  3. ^ abc'The Dead Rock Stars Club 2007 January to June'. Retrieved 26 October 2019.
  4. ^ abcdef'The Mudlarks'. Retrieved 26 October 2019.
  5. ^Malyon, Mike (July 25, 2016). Seems Like a Nice Boy: The Story of Larry Grayson's Rise to Stardom. Andrews UK Limited. ISBN9781911476016 – via Google Books.

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