Little Pattie

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Patricia Thelma "Little Pattie" Amphlett (OAM) (born 17 March 1949) in Paddington, Sydney, is an Australian singer possibly best recalled for her 1964 hit single "He's My Blonde Headed, Stompie Wompie, Real Gone Surfer Boy" released at age 14. Little Pattie is the cousin of Divinyls singer Christina Amphlett Pattie was educated at King Street Primary School and Sydney Girls High School. At the age of 11 she commenced singing lessons with Gwen Parsons, who also taught Noeleen Batley - Australia's top female singing artist of the time. Read more on Last.fm

Little Pattie
Moments Like This
Album (1995)