Born in London, United Kingdom
Assembled by Seekers' guitarist Keith Poltger
Other members in 1970:
Eve Graham (April 19, 1943- ), vocals
Lyn Paul (February 16, 1949- ), vocals
Marty Kristian (May 27, 1947- ), vocals
Peter Doyle (July 28, 1949-October 13, 2001), vocals
Paul Layton (August 4, 1947- ), bass guitar and vocals
Recorded the singles 'What Have They Done To My Song, Ma?' (1970), 'Never Ending Song of Love' (1971), 'I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony)' (1971), 'Pinball Wizard/See Me, Feel Me' (1973) and 'You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me' (1974)
Represented Britain at Eurovision with 'Beg, Steal or Borrow' (1972)
Why they might be annoying
They tried to represent Britain at Eurovision again in 1980 but were disqualified.
They had numerous personnel changes with Paul Layton as the only constant.
Once Poltger left, the 'New Seekers' no longer had any Seekers as members.
Their biggest hit, 'I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing,' is remembered mainly as a Coca-Cola jingle.
Why they might not be annoying
'I'd Like to Teach...' and 'You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me' were both #1 hits in Britain.
They performed in the BBC anniversary show 'Fifty Years of Music' (1972) and performed the title track of the 'Free to Be... You and Me' TV special (1973).
They gave a Royal Variety performance for Prince Charles (2006).
Credit: C. Fishel
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In 2014, Out of 10 Votes: 70.0% Annoying
In 2013, Out of 14 Votes: 42.86% Annoying
In 2012, Out of 11 Votes: 72.73% Annoying
In 2011, Out of 9 Votes: 77.78% Annoying
In 2010, Out of 76 Votes: 52.63% Annoying
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