The Mudlarks were an English pop vocal group of the late 1950s and early 1960s. They had two Top 10 UK hit singles in 1958. Career: They were a family group from Luton, Bedfordshire, originally comprising Jeff Mudd (born 1935), Fred Mudd (1937-2007), and Mary Mudd (born 1939). 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. In 1958 they attracted the attention of BBC Radio music presenter David Jacobs, who won them an appearance on the Six-Five Special TV show, and a recording contract with EMI's Columbia label.
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The Mudlarks January 1, 1959