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About Ross Hannaman
Ross Hannaman was a British singer in the 1960’s. She was born Rosalind Hannaman and raised in London. Ross signed to EMI in 1967 to pursue a career in pop music. She was initially managed by Tim Rice, and he and Andrew Lloyd Webber wrote both of her singles and their subsequent b-sides. Her debut single, "Down Thru’ Summer," (b/w “I’ll Give All My Love To Southend”) was released in 1967. Shortly after, her second single, “1969,” was released