You will never walk alone Gerry Marsden

The chill wind of December and rising worry, remind me of the song ‘you will never walk alone’, Garry Marsden British singer-songwriter and musician gave us an immortal song. A contemporary to Beatles who rocked swinging 60s.

Gerry and the Pacemakers were formed in 1959 and went till 1966. Then he moved to Television, TV was the next big thing those days. It was as the 80s when he hold the guitar once again. Garry who tried his hand in music, TV, and Broadway so far. He formed a group they called, the Crowd. Sports commentator Kenneth Wolstenholme referred to it as “Liverpool’s signature tune”.

This song made history, it is wonderful to remember him on year-end, and ‘you will never walk alone’ is used in tribute to the National Health Service during corona pandemic 2020.

In 1993 former editor melody maker a Brit weekly music magazine Ray Coleman co-authored his biography ‘I will never walk alone’

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4 thoughts on “You will never walk alone Gerry Marsden

    1. Dear Rahul,

      I concur with Priscilla Bettis that “You Will Never Walk Alone” is a deeply moving song.

      Apart from “You Will Never Walk Alone”, there are plenty of wonderful songs in the musical “Carousel”. In particular, “If I Loved You” is one of the most favourite songs of my late mother.

      I also mentioned “If I Loved You” in relation to my mother in my special eulogy-cum-memoir-cum-biography entitled “Khai & Khim: For Always and Beyond Goodbye“, published as a multimedia and sophisticated post on my blog.

      Yours sincerely,
      SoundEagle

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