Tina Rainford

Born 25 December 1946
Tina Rainford
Tina Rainford

Tina Rainford Biography (Wikipedia)

Tina Rainford (December 25, 1946) is a singer from Berlin, Germany. She is the wife of Peter Rainford.

Her musical career began in 1963 under the pseudonym of Peggy Peters. Assuming her real name in 1967, she recorded several duets with her husband Pete.

Rainford's greatest success came in 1976 with the issuance of her song, "Silver Bird." It became a significant hit, charting internationally in two languages. The English version was a Country & Western hit in the U.S. and Canada, as well as a Pop hit in Australia. The German version became especially popular in central Europe.

Rainford has been active as recently as 2016, recording an LP with Anna Lena, When Ladys meet.

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