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- Bananarama are an English female pop band who have had success on the pop and dance charts since 1982. Rather than relying on harmony, the band generally sings in unison, as do their background vocalists. Although there have been line-up changes, the group enjoyed most success as a trio made up of lifelong friends Siobhan Fahey, Keren Woodward and Sara Dallin. In The 1980s, Bananarama were listed in the Guinness World Records as the all female group with the most chart entries in the world, a record which they still hold. Since 1992, Woodward and Dallin have continued Bananarama as a Duo. Bananarama were founded in London in 1979 by Fahey, Woodward and Dallin, the latter two having been childhood friends in Bristol since the age of four, and attending St. George's School for Girls together. The pair became a trio when Dallin met Fahey while studying fashion journalism in London. They became friends because they both dressed more radically than the other students. The trio were ardent followers of the punk rock and post-punk music scene during the late 1970s and early 1980s and often performed impromptu sets or backing vocals at gigs for such bands as The Monochrome Set, Iggy Pop, The Jam, Department S and The Nipple Erectors.
- (2006) Something for the Weekend as Themselves
- (2005) Comic Relief Does University Challenge as Themselves (archive sound) (uncredited)
- (2003) Die ultimative Chartshow as Themselves
- (2002) Gylne tider as Themselves
- (2001) Top of the Pops: The True Story as Themselves (archive footage)
- (1999) VH-1 Where Are They Now? as Themselves
- (1998) A Song for Eurotrash as
- (1998) Fox and Friends as Themselves
- (1994) Monte Video as Themselves (archive footage)
- (1990) Viva el espectáculo as Themselves
- (1988) Rockopop as
- (1987) The Last Resort with Jonathan Ross as Themselves
- (1985) Anne Murray: The Sounds of London as Themselves
- (1985) Bliss as Themselves
- (1984) Aspel & Company as Themselves
- (1983) Show Business as Themselves
- (1982) Champs-Elysées as Themselves
- (1982) Live from Her Majesty's as Themselves
- (1982) Na sowas! as Themselves
- (1982) The Krankies Klub as Themselves
- (1964) Top of the Pops as Themselves
Bananarama Trivia and Facts
- In 1981, Banarama was formed as an all-girl trio consisting of Siobhan Fahey , Sara Dallin and Keren Woodward.
- Siobhan Fahey left the group in 1988. She was replaced by Jacquie OSullivan.
- By 1993, OSullivan had left the group. Sara Dallin and Keren Woodward continued as a duo.
- "Playboy" (USA), June 1989, Vol. 36, Iss. 6, pg. 186, by: L. Lawry, "Grapevine: Going Bananas"