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Marcia Barrett, Bobby Farrell, Liz Mitchell, Maizie Williams


Boney M

Submitted By: stuntpope
Posted Date: March 8, 2004
Last Updated: February 26, 2012
Boney M
Claim to fame: Prefab group invented by German producer Frank Farian to perform his song Baby Do You Wanna Bump? Group peaked in 1978 with Rivers of Babylon and Rasputin from their Night Flight To Venus album. It sold over 50 million copies worldwide.
Boney M
Where are they now? Follow closely: Bobby Farrell was fired in 1981 and replaced by Reggie Tsiboe but rejoined the group in 1985. In '86 the group split up but the original line-up reformed in '88. Things get confusing: Liz Mitchell leaves to form another version of "Boney M" with Reggie Tsiboe, while Farian keeps the "original" version of Boney M going. A subsequent court case results in a ruling where all four original members were entitled to perform as "Boney M", with Mitchell's version being "the official" Boney M. In 1994 there are no less than three versions of the group in business. Update June/05 Bobby Farrel lives in 'de Bijlmer' in Amsterdam. Recently he performed in a hilarious commercial for the Dutch insurance firm OHRA. (See What's Related) (Update courtesy Eric van Nelfen)
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SP said:
December 30, 2010 9:10 AM
"Singer Bobby Farrell of the 1970s European chart-topping group Boney M was found dead in his hotel bed Thursday while on tour in Russia, his agent said. He was 61"
Jay Stewart said:
August 4, 2012 10:12 PM
I was in Europe station in Germany I remember this group Bony M it was very good.Sorry to hear about Bobby Farrell. May God be with everyone who was part of Boney M.
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Submitted by: stuntpope  - 03/08/2004
At age 19 won the Eurovision song contest in 1970 with All Kinds of Everything which went on to hit #1 in numerous contries and sold over a million copies.
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Submitted by: stuntpope  - 11/28/2003
He was in the movie rendition of S.E. Hinton's The Outsiders (along with a gaggle of future brat-packers) and then his career culminated as The Karate Kid.