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The Liverbirds

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The Liverbirds /ˈlvərbɜːrdz/ were an English all-female rock band from Liverpool, active between 1963 and 1968. The group consisted of vocalist and guitarist Valerie Gell, guitarist and vocalist Pamela Birch, bassist and vocalist Mary McGlory, and drummer Sylvia Saunders. They were one of the very few female bands on the Merseybeat scene, as well as one of the first all-female rock and roll bands in the world.[1][2] They took their name from the fictional liver bird, which is the symbol of their native Liverpool. They were mostly a cover band, except for three of their songs being written by Pamela Birch.

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The Liverbirds
The Liverbirds (1966)
The Liverbirds in April 1965; from left to right: Valerie Gell, Sylvia Saunders, Mary McGlory and Pamela Birch.
Background information
OriginLiverpool, England
GenresMerseybeat, R&B, rock and roll
Years active1963–1968, 1998
LabelsStar-Club Records
MembersValerie Gell
Pamela Birch
Mary McGlory
Sylvia Saunders