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Denny Dennis (Ronald Dennis Pountain, Derby, England, November 1, 1913 - November 2, 1993) was an English dance band singer. Denny Dennis was one of the finest romantic vocalists of what is now fondly remembered as the golden age of British dance bands, with a career as a band singer, solo recording star and broadcaster which spanned three decades. Yet it all started by chance when he was heard by the editor of the Melody Maker, Percy Mathison Brooks, at a regional dance band contest.

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