Jamaican Singer-songwriter
Born Oct 6, 1946

Millie is a Jamaican singer-songwriter, often known as "Little Millie Small", and in the United States as "Millie Small", and is best known as the singer of the 1964 hit, "My Boy Lollipop".

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1946 Birth Born on October 6, 1946.


1962 15 Years Old In her teens, she recorded a duet with Owen Gray ("Sugar Plum") in 1962 and later recorded with Roy Panton for Coxsone Dodd's Studio One record label as 'Roy and Millie'. … Read More
1963 16 Years Old These hits brought her to the attention of Chris Blackwell who became her manager and legal guardian, who in late 1963 took her to Forest Hill, London, where she was given intensive training in dancing and diction. … Read More
1964 17 Years Old She appeared on the 1964 Beatles TV special Around The Beatles. … Read More


1971 24 Years Old She lived in Singapore from 1971 to 1973 before returning to the UK which is now her home. … Read More


2012 65 Years Old In July 2012 she stated that she had been recording again and planned to perform in Jamaica for the first time in over 40 years. … Read More
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