Sarstedt (born Clive Robin Sarstedt on January 21, 1944, in Ajmer, Rajastan, Northern India) is a British pop music singer and instrumentalist who was born in Ajmer, Rajastan, Northern India. Sarstedt performed on a slew of music live events, including Top of the Pops, over his career. He first recorded under the monikers Wes Sands (which was recorded by his manager, Joe Meek) and Clive Sands (which was recorded by himself). In 1966/1967, he became a member of The Deejays in Sweden. In Sweden, they had two major songs on the radio station “Tio I Topp”: “Dum Dum (Marble Breaks And Iron Bends)” and “Baby Talk.” In 1976, he finally scored a success with a cover version of the Hoagy Carmichael song My Resistance Is Low, which he recorded under his middle name Robin Sarstedt and was billed as Robin Sarstedt. The single peaked at number three on the UK Singles Chart. He will forever be known as a one-hit wonder in the United Kingdom due to his lack of substantial other chart success. The Benelux nations, on the other hand, saw him rise to fame later in 1976 with a cover version of “Let’s Fall in Love,” a song written by Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler and first released in 1933, which he sang.
Clive Sarstedt Net Worth : $ 600,000
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|Full Name||Clive Robin Sarstedt|
|Date Of Birth||January 21, 1944|
|Place Of Birth||Ajmer, Rajasthan, India|
|Nicknames||Clive Sarstedt, Sarstedt, Clive|