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Ronnie Spector

Ronnie Spector, as Veronica Bennett, was a member of the influential early Sixties girl group the Ronettes. The trio’s producer was Phil Spector, whom Ronnie later married. The Ronettes toured Britain with the Rolling Stones in early 1964, where the “bad girls of rock’n’roll” met The Beatles. They met again in ’66, when the Ronettes were one of the support acts on The Beatles’ final US tour. By 1971, Phil Spector had become the producer of choice for both John Lennon and George Harrison. Ronnie was in Britain with Phil, and it was perhaps inevitable that she should be offered the opportunity to record for Apple.

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