Scott Fitzgerald (singer)

Scott Fitzgerald (Singer)

Scott Fitzgerald (singer)

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Scott Fitzgerald (born William McPhail, 28 April 1948, Glasgow, Scotland) is a Scottish singer, who had his biggest success in the 1970s and later represented the UK in the Eurovision Song Contest.


Fitzgerald's greatest success was with "If I Had Words", a duet with Yvonne Keeley and also featuring the St. Thomas More School Choir, which reached number three on the UK Singles Chart in 1978. It sold more than one million copies. This version was later used in the 1995 film, Babe, which went on to win a FCCA Award for Best Original Music

Fitzgerald also starred in the musical film Never Too Young To Rock, which featured himself, Mud, The Glitter Band and The Rubettes.

In 1988, he was chosen to sing the UK's entry in the Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Go". It was written and composed by Julie Forsyth, herself a former member of singing group Guys 'n' Dolls and daughter of the entertainer Bruce Forsyth."", The Journal Forsyth joined Fitzgerald on stage at the contest in Dublin, alongside her husband Dominic Grant (also of Guys n' Dolls) and Des Dyer (formerly of Jigsaw), to perform backing vocals. Ronnie Hazlehurst conducted the live orchestration. Fitzgerald came second in the...
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