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Crispian St. Peters

Crispian St. Peters

Crispian St. Peters (born Robin Peter Smith, 5 April 1939, Swanley, Kent, England) was a British pop singer of the 1960s. He is best known for his 1966 hit, "The Pied Piper". Early career As a young man, St. Peters performed in several relatively-unknown bands in England. In 1956, he gave his first live performance, as a member of The Hard Travellers. Through the late 1950s and early 1960s, he was a member of The Country Gentlemen, Beat Formula Three, and Peter & The Wolves. In 1964, as a member of Peter & The Wolves, St. Peters made his first commercial recording.

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