The Artists

Marianne Faithfull

Marianne Faithfull is a British-born singer, songwriter and actress discovered during the early 60s by Rolling Stones manager and producer Andrew Loog Oldham. Her first hit was the Stones’ “As Tears Go By,” and Faithfull co-wrote “Sister Morphine” for the group’s 1971 “Sticky Fingers” album. She’s released 20 albums, including 2011′s “Horses and High Heels,” and has acted in “Hamlet,” “Threepenny Opera,” “Ghost Story,” “Faces in the Crowd” and the TV series “Absolutely Fabulous.” Faithfull published an autobiography in 1994 and a follow-up, “Memories, Dreams and Reflections,” in 2008.

   
Marianne Faithfull
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