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The recipient of an OBE (Order of the British Empire), in 2001, for her "service to music and drama," Barbara Dickson} has successfully balanced careers in music and musical} theater. A top recording artist in the 1970s, when she recorded such hits as "Answer Me"} and "Morning Comes Quickly,"} she scored with two chart-topping hits -- "January, February,"} and a duet with Elaine Paige}, "I Know Him So Well,"} in the 1980s. Her debut album, All for a Song} sold more than six-hundred-thousand copies and remained on the British charts for more than a year. In the 1990s, she recorded an album of Bob Dylan} songs, "Don't Think Twice It's Alright"} and an album of traditional} tunes from the Celtic Isles, Parcel of Rogues}. She remains active; she released a double CD, For the Record}, which features live tracks and greatest hits, in 2002.

Dickson} has been equally impressive as an actress. Making her debut in Willy Russell}'s musical}, John, Paul, George Ringo....And Bert} in 1974, she continued with the show as it went from Liverpool's Everyman Theater} to London's West End}. Continuing to work with Russell}, Dickson} received a Society of West End Theater award as "best actress in a musical}" for her appearance in his production Blood Brothers}.

Returning to theater after a long hiatus, in late 1997, Dickson} agreed to appear in a new production by Christopher Bond}, the director of Blood Brothers}, The Seven Ages of Woman}, that premiered at the Liverpool Playhouse}. She received a "best actress in theater award, from Liverpool Echo Arts and Entertainment} for her efforts.

Dickson} has continued to garner acclaim. She received the Laurence Olivier Award and Variety Club of Great Britain show business award as "best actor in a musical}."

The daughter of a policeman-turned-dock worker, Dickson} played the piano from the age of five. She began to play the guitar seven years later. Determined to become a musician, she moved to Edinburgh the age of 17. Supporting herself with a job at the Registrar's Office, she spent most nights performing in folk} clubs. Committing her full-time energy to music, Dickson} moved to London. Shortly afterwards, she was invited to appear in John, Paul, George, Ringo....And Best}. The role became the break that launched a career that continues to reverberate. ~ Craig Harris, All Music Guide

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