Kerrie Biddell

Kerrie Biddell with microphone

Kerrie Biddell (1947 to 2014)

Kerrie Agnes Biddell
Born February 8, 1947 in Surrey Hills, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Died September 5, 2014 in Sydney.

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Kerrie Biddell was Australia's most accomplished musician vocalists.

This web page will be a tribute to her talent and forms a central hub of information about her

As far as I know there are no Kerrie web sites.

If you knew Kerrie or worked with her and would like to contribute to this page, I will be very pleased to hear from you.

This page is regularly updated - so please come back soon.

Happy to be corrected!

Kerrie Biddell and Julian Lee perform Old Devil Moon

Perfect Stranger

All the Things You Are

Oh Me, Oh My (1973)

Is That Jazz (on Midday Show 1996)

Round Midnight

Close Enough for Love

Sanyo That's Life Ad (1977)

Read about Kerrie:

Album Artwork

Kerrie Biddell (Wikipedia)

Kerrie Biddell: The first lady of Australian jazz by Anthony O'Grady

Kerrie Biddell – the song has ended but… by Merv Collins

The Exciting Daly Wilson Big Band featuring Kerrie BiddellOnly the BeginningTony Ansell Orchestra Just ArrangingMalcolm McCallum A Vitim of ParadiseBernard KingSons and Daughters Theme SingleThe SingerParadise, John SangsterBilly Thorpe Million Dollar Bill

Uncovered, John FarnhamJohnny Nicol Traces 1979MLC SongThe Lord's Prayer Sister Janet MeadSave the People, Esther KingBest of Friends OSTCompared to WhatJimmy Webb TunesmithMark Isaacs

Trisha Watts A Touch of MysteryDeath of a Soldier OSTBlues Licence - Rene GeyerToni Lamins ftr Kerrie Biddell

Discography (Additions are welcomed) Like a number of Australian artists' Kerrie's recordings originally released on vinyl are not yet available in CD format. (CD releases are shown)
Albums (as main or featured artist) Albums (As Contributor/Backing Vocals)

1972 The Exciting Daly-Wilson Big Band featuring Kerrie Biddell (Kerrie sings - 'City Sounds,' 'In Necessity' and 'On My Own'
1973 Paradise - John Sangster (features Kerrie on "Surf's Up at Surfers Paradise" and "Gilltraps Auto Museum")
1973 Kerrie Biddell (self-titled album)
1975 Only the Beginning (solo album)
1977 Just Arranging - The Tony Ansell Orchestra
1979 Compared to What Featuring Kerrie Biddell
1981 Best of Friends - Original Soundtrack Album
1985 Jazz at the Opera House (live TV soundtrack) - Don Burrows
1986 Death of a Soldier Original Soundtrack (Kerrie sings 'Boys from the USA', 'Dinah' 'Sentimental Dreams' and 'Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy'
????  There Will Never Be Another You Kerrie Biddell, Julian Lee Trio and Les Crosby
1996 The Singer (CD) (solo album)

1972 Motor Club of Sydney 16-10-72 Terry Eldon Big Band
1973 The Lord's Prayer - Sister Janet Mead
1973 Million Dollar Bill - Billy Thorpe
1973 Nickel Queen Soundtrack - Sven Libaek
1977 A Man of Style - Bernard King
1978 Save the People - Esther King
1978 Blues Licence - Renee Geyer
1979 Traces - Johnny Nicol
1980 Victim in Paradise - Malcolm McCallum
1980 Mark Isaacs Originals
1981 Tunesmith The Songs of Jimmy Webb (contains 'Parenthesis' from Only the Beginning album)
1981 Trisha Watts with Tony Ansell orchestra - A Touch of Mystery
1989 Uncovered - John Farnham
1999 Still a Gypsy - Toni Lamond
2007 Careless Hands - June Carey

Singles from the above albums Other Singles

1973    If I Be Your Lady / Back to California
1975    Sinner Man (Don't Let Him Catch You) / Parenthesis

1971  Go Anywhere / Look Every Day (with Terry Kaff) [motion picture soundtrack]
1972  Hail All Hail / My Boy's Different Kerrie Biddell and Neil Williams
1972 Hail All Hail / Kerrie Biddell and Neil Williams
1974  Together / May It Be Well With You
1975  Scobie Malone
1975  The MLC Song: Tomorrow (EMI Custom)
1981  Sons and Daughters (3/4 Version) / Sons and Daughters (4/4 Version) (TV Theme)
         Kerrie Biddell and Mick Leyton as Kerri and Mick
My Wants
1971 Single: "Go Anywhere" b/w "Look Every Day" Philips with Terry Kaff
1975  Scobie Malone
????  There Will Never Be Another You Kerrie Biddell, Julian Lee Trio and Les Crosby
2003 Reflections - Graham Jessie band (featured Kerrie on "Silly Galloot")

TV (Video or Audio)
24 January 1974 The Ernie Sigley Show - Kerrie sings 'New World Coming'
8 August 1974 The Ernie Sigley Show - Kerrie sings 'Theme from Love Story'
26 May 1975 The Don Lane Show - Kerrie sings 'Try a Little Tenderness'

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