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Olivia Newton John

Olivia Newton John: Banks Of The Ohio… Country Roads… Hopelessly Devoted To You… I Honestly Love You… Physical… Xanadu…

Olivia Newton John was born in Cambridge, England in 1948 and then moved to Australia with her family in the 1950’s. She entered and won a TV talent contest and by 1963 was appearing regularly on television.   She is most famous for her role playing “Sandy” in the iconic film/musical Grease, but already had a successful career as a singer before this.      Olivia Newton John has garnered multiple awards including Grammy’s, Country Music, American Music and Peoples Choice Awards, ten Number 1 hits including “Physical,” which topped the charts for ten consecutive weeks.

 

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Backing Tracks

A Little More Love…  Banks Of The Ohio…  Banks Of The Ohio – Instrumental NBV…  Country Roads…  Have You Never Been Mellow…   Heart Attack…   Hopelessly Devoted To You – Grease…  Hopelessly Devoted To You – NBV…  I Honestly Love You…  If Not You…  If You Love Me Let Me Know…  Let It Shine…   Let Me Be There…  Magic…  Not Gonna Be The One…  Physical…  Suddenly…  Summer Nights…  Xanadu…  When You Wish Upon A Star…  You’re The One That I Want…  

 

 

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More About Olivia Newton John

During a trip to London (UK) Olivia Newton John teamed up with an old friend and toured army bases there, performing for the troops. She also recorded her first single for Decca Records, closely followed by her successful album “If Not For You”. Her popularity increased across the globe with her music being mainly in the Country genre but also crossing over into Pop and Contemporary. By the time “Grease” was released in 1978, her music career seemed to have stalled, but the film kick started it again with songs such as “Summer Nights” and “Hopelessly Devoted To You” smashing the charts.

She actively campaigns for Breast Cancer Awareness having been successfully treated for the disease. Now she has become a passionate advocate in creating awareness for early detection and, encouraging women to take a more active role in their breast health.