De Shannon is currently an entertainment broadcast correspondent reporting historical anecdotes and current Beatles band members' news for Breakfast with the Beatles on Sirius XM Satellite Radio on the weekends.the daughter of musically inclined farming parents, Sandra Jean and James Erwin Myers.The single "Love Will Find A Way" from the same album was also a moderate hit.
A string of mostly flop singles followed, although "The Prince" bubbled under at No.
108 in the United States in early 1962, and "Faded Love" became her first US Billboard Top 100 entry, squeaking in at No. She fared better with the Sonny Bono-Jack Nitzsche song "Needles and Pins" and the self-penned "When You Walk in the Room" later in 1963.
Her only release on Gone included "I'll Be True" (A) and "How Wrong I Was" (B), which appeared in both 78 rpm and 45 rpm versions.
Jackie almost certainly sang these songs at the Uptown Theater in Philadelphia on 3 July 1957, and at the Paramount Theater in New York, two weeks later, with Alan Freed's Big Rock 'n' Roll Show.
In May 1955, while in 8th grade, Sharon Lee Myers, then 13 years old, was featured in the local newspaper for her vocal talents and personal appearances at community gatherings, the local hospitals, and for assorted organizations.
Though only 13, the youngster can boast almost 11 years of voice training and experience and in the past she has toured most of the south making personal appearances.Also she has sung on radio with a rhythm band for 2 years and has appeared on television 3 times. Each Saturday morning at she is on the WMRO radio show, Saturday nights she is the vocalist with the valley's Square Dance Band, Don Lee and his Fox Valley Boys.She had made appearances with the Pee Wee King Show at Ottawa, Rockford and La Salle in recent weeks.She also co-starred and sang with Bobby Vinton in the 1964 teen surf movie Surf Party.De Shannon's biggest break came in February 1964 when she supported The Beatles on their first US tour, and formed a touring band with guitarist Ry Cooder.By age six, she was singing country tunes on a local radio show. When life on the farm became too difficult, the family moved After a year, they moved to nearby Batavia, Illinois, where she attended high school.