Mike Smith (Dave Clark Five)

Mike Smith (Dave Clark Five)

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Michael George Smith (6 December 1943 – 28 February 2008),was an English singer, songwriter, and music producer.
    "1960s British Rock and Pop Chronology - Birth of a Nation" (birthdates),
    Gordon Thompson, 2006-09-17, webpage:

In the 1960s, Smith was the lead vocalist and keyboard player for The Dave Clark Five. The band was a leading unit in the British Invasion of the United States, and were The Beatles' main British rivals before the emergence of The Rolling Stones.


Smith was born in Edmonton, North London, an only child of George and Maud Smith. His parents found he had a natural ability as a pianist that surfaced as early as age five. Smith started lessons in classical piano, and at age 13 passed the entrance exams at Trinity Music College in London.


Smith first met Dave Clark when they were both members on the same football team for the St. George Boys Club. By his mid-teens, Smith had developed a strong vocal delivery, while idolising Little Richard, among other American rock & roll stars. At age 17, while working for a finance company, Smith was invited by Clark to join his band, which was busy rebuilding itself around the core of Clark and rhythm guitarist (later bassist) Rick Huxley, after having recently lost its lead singer.

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