Pearl Carr & Teddy Johnson Pearl Carr & Teddy Johnson
Pearl Lavinia Carr (born 2 November 1923, Exmouth, Devon) and Edward Victor Johnson (born 4 September 1920, Surbiton near London) were a popular English husband-and-wife team of entertainers during the 1950s and early 1960s. They were both successful solo singers before their marriage in 1955. Pearl Carr had been lead singer with "the Keynotes", who had two British hits in 1956 with Dave King: "Memories Are Made Of This" (#5) and "You Can't Be True To Two" (#11)[1]. She also was a popular radio singer and comedienne on Bernard Braden's Bedtime With Braden radio show.

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