Gerry Marsden


Gerry Marsden was the lead singer of the British Invasion band Gerry and the Pacemakers.

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So sorry to lose a great Scouser rip gerry

The world has lost a brilliant songwriter/musician and you will be terribly missed by all of us fortunate enough to have known and worked with you. RIP Gerry.

A legend whose music will live forever. He loved Liverpool and Liverpool loved him. RIP Gerry

I was just a teenager when I heard Gerry's music. I was enchanted immediately. The song 'I Like it' was one of the first I heard on the Pop Radio Station in Auckland, NZ in those early 60's. Then when I heard Gerry again in NZ on the North Shore, when my daughter was with me, I heard those times again. Since his passing, I have been playing his CD that my daughter gave me when I was 65, with all those fabulous songs of the 60s. His voice, tenacity, love of being a 'caring' and 'real' person...

My Brother in law Stephen Walker was a huge fan of Liverpool as my Husband his Brother is also his Daughter Stephanie.
Our Daughter Son and Grandchildren all fans too.
You'll never walk alone was played at Stephens funeral 10 years ago 13th Jan 2010 xx

Being a Celtic supporter our club also adopted his iconic song ‘ you’ll never walk alone’. I fill up every time I hear it. I met Gerry once years ago when he had just played a club in Edinburgh. He was so nice to me and my husband. A true gentleman. He will be sadly missed. Blessings to all his family. You will never walk alone Gerry RIP Liz, Edinburgh.

His positive outlook was evident in his songs, and his words were uplifting, all wrapped in a garb of youthful laughter, wittiness, and charm. A wonderful human being!! His music impacted my 15 year old life at a difficult time, and Ferry Cross the Mersey is one of my Life Songs. God bless Pauline and remaining family, always!

So many good times Gerry over the years RIP John W