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The New Seekers singer Eve Graham chats to Phil Cunningham about her life and chooses five milestone tracks. From November 2011.

Eve Graham enjoyed worldwide success and recognition as lead singer with The New Seekers.

Forming a school band at Perth Academy in the 1960's Eve was destined for a career as a singer.

Hits with The New Seekers included Never Ending Song of Love, Circles and the international hit I'd Like To Teach the World to Sing.

Chatting to Phil Cunningham she picks 5 tracks that are special to her and tells of her adventures in the world of pop including the time the New Seekers appeared on the same bill as Dionne Warwick who refused to meet her backstage.

Eve's Five Songs:

1: How High the Moon, by Les Paul and Mary Ford
2: Teddy Bear, by Elvis Presley
3: Walk on By, by Dionne Warwick
4: California Girls, by the Beach Boys
5: The Way Old Friends Do, by Eve along with the Glasgow Phoenix Choir.

30 minutes

Music Played

  • Les Paul & Mary Ford

    How High The Moon

  • Elvis Presley - Teddy Bear

  • Dionne Warwick

    Walk on By

  • The Beach Boys

    California Girls

  • Eve Graham

    The Way Old Friends Do

  • Phil Cunningham

    MY LIFE IN FIVE SONGS: EVE GRAHAM

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