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  1. The group that later became the Shirelles was formed in 1957 by four teenage girls from Passaic, New Jersey, under the name the Poquellos (or Pequellos).The founding members, Shirley Owens (born June 10, 1941, Henderson, NC), Doris Coley (August 2, 1941, Goldsboro, NC– February 4, 2000, Sacramento, CA), Addie "Micki" Harris (January 22, 1940, High Point, NC – June 10, 1982, Atlanta ...

  2. This is a LIVE version of this song from 1964. Featuring Shirley Alston Reeves, Beverly Lee, Addie "Micki" Harris, and Doris Kenner. Listen to Micki sho...

  3. no copyright infringement intended", "I do not own the music" or "I don't take credit for this video"Tonight you're mine completelyYou give your love so sw...

  4. The Shirelles was een Amerikaanse meidengroep die begin jaren '60 zeer populair was. Hun grootste succes hadden ze met de nummers Will You Love Me Tomorrow en Soldier Boy , die beide nummer 1 werden in de Verenigde Staten.

  5. McCartney also said: "Ringo always used to do a song in the show. Back then he had 'Boys'. It was a little embarrassing because it went, 'I'm talking about boys - yeah, yeah - boys'. It was a Shirelles hit and they were girls singing it, but we never thought we should call it Girls, just because Ringo was a boy. We just sang it the way they'd ...

  6. In the 2013 Broadway Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, the song is featured in part four times: once during its writing, once during King recording a demo of it, then with the Shirelles performing it, and then King singing and playing it later during an especially bad time in her marriage with Goffin. No other song is featured as frequently in the musical.

  7. 1.4M views, 25K likes, 6.8K loves, 1K comments, 57K shares, Facebook Watch Videos from JazzLounge: The Shirelles - Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow