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Noosha Fox

Noosha Fox

Noosha Fox


Born in Australia as Susan Traynor, she was in a folk group called Wooden Horse, which released two albums before breaking up. She teamed up with Kenny Young and founded Fox where she adopted the stage name, Noosha Fox and had a glamorous on-stage image inspired by Marlene Dietrich. The band's self-titled debut album was released in 75 followed by two singles, "Only You Can" and "Imagine Me Imagine You" The second album was “Tails Of Illusion”, did not match the success of the first. Read more on Last.fm
Born in Australia as Susan Traynor, she was in a folk group called Wooden Horse, which released two albums before breaking up. She teamed up with Kenny Young and founded Fox where she adopted the stage name, Noosha Fox and had a glamorous on-stage image inspired by Marlene Dietrich. The band's self-titled debut album was released in 75 followed by two singles, "Only You Can" and "Imagine Me Imagine You" The second album was “Tails Of Illusion”, did not match the success of the first. The band returned to the charts in 76 with "S-S-S-Single Bed" followed by the third album “Blue Hotel” in 77. Noosha Fox left the band after “Blue Hotel”. and went solo.

Her first single was "Georgina Bailey" in 77. In 79, she tried again to start her solo career with a single, "The Heat Is On", later covered by ABBA's Agnetha Fältskog. Her third single “More Than Molecules” in 81 was her last outing. An album had been recorded but not released. In 2007 Noosha is back in the recording studio with plans to release an all new album later in the year. Singles; Georgina Bailey / Pretty boy (1977) The Heat Is On / Some Enchanted Evening (1979) Skin tight / Miss You (1979) Hot as Sun / The Cheapest Nights (1981) More Than Molecules / Odd Peculiar Strange (1981) Read more on Last.fm.

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