Famous ABBA Fans Talk: Ken Andrew (Middle Of The Road)

A few years before ABBA entered the pop music arena with a bang, it was a Scottish band who defined the Europop sound of the early 1970s. Middle Of The Road’s trademark was a combination of catchy tunes, distinctive harmonies and the lead vocals from Sally Carr. They had several million sellers up their sleeves with Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep (one of fewer than fifty singles to have sold over ten million physical copies worldwide; ABBA’s Fernando is also on that list), Soley Soley, Tweedle Dee, Tweedle Dum and Sacramento.

Ken Andrew (Middle Of The Road)