Anne Nolan, the eldest of the Nolan Sisters, seemed to have a glamorous, exciting life - a dream come true for any young singer. The six singing sisters went from the Blackpool club circuit to achieve massive success, and supported a stellar string of stars from Cliff Richard to Frank Sinatra. The Nolans travelled the world to play for their adoring fans. But behind the spotlights lay a dark reality: her tyrannical father was hell-bent on destroying Anne's innocence. His actions cast a shadow over Anne's life, stunting her relationships, contributing to the breakdown of her marriage and almost costing her the unconditional love of her two adored daughters. Unflinchingly honest, ANNE'S SONG is the brutal truth behind the carefully cultivated image that was the Nolans
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