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Dusty Springfield: Why today’s Google Doodle looks different

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doodle google it looks different Tuesday November 8 because it remembers Artist and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame debut single released Dusty Springfield, I know your story

Dusty Springfield: Who Was He and Why Does the Google Doodle Look Different?

Their first solo single was called ‘I Only Want To Be With You’. The singer became famous for her versatility in various genres, her striking stage presence, and her distinctive blonde hair. Springfield was a cultural icon whose successful career spanned more than five decades.

Springfield found his love of music at an early age and devoted his life to performing right outside school. Her professional career began when she joined the Lana Sisters in 1958.

Soon after, Dusty joined the likes of Tom, his brother, and Tim Fields and formed a pop-folk trio called The Springfields. In 1962, the group released “Silver Threads and Golden Needles”, which became a top 20 hit in the US, a rare feat for a British group at the time.

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On his way to Nashville for a recording session, Made a stop in New York that changed his career and realized that his creative vocation was closer to soul and R&B.

Although the group disbanded, Dusty continued to be a Springfield stage personality throughout his solo career., Over the next decade, he released several hits, including the highly successful “You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me”. The peak of his career success came in 1968 when his album “Dusty in Memphis” received critical acclaim in the US and UK.

In the years that followed, Springfield’s career spanned a variety of genres and styles. In the 90s, she released her final studio album, was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class of 1999, and was recognized by The Rolling Stones as Britain’s greatest pop singer.

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