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Music is in Teresa's blood, as her aunt Megan Davies was bassist in Sixties band The Applejacks and her uncle Bob Brady played keyboards for Wizzard.
UB40 turned out, as did Roy Wood, Ruby Turner, Denny Laine, Slade frontman Noddy Holder, the Steve Gibbons Band, and 60s Brumbeat legends The Fortunes, The Rockin' Berries and The Applejacks.
Emily, from View Road, Rain-hill, entered the competition at Applejacks Farm in Stretton, Cheshire, after her father dropped out at the last minute.
And the mum-of-one certainly comes from a musical family - her aunt is Megan Davies, the bassist in 60s Brumbeat band The Applejacks, while uncle Bob Brady played keyboards for Roy Wood's Wizzard.
The Applejacks, meanwhile, had had three top 30 hits during 1964 - Tell Me When, Like Dreamers Do and Three Little Words.
Performers Jo-Ann and Becky Haley started out singing together 14 years ago under the name of The Applejacks duo.
And she has some famous family connections linking her to Roy Wood's Wizzard and The Applejacks.
After Johnny left the band he played with the Applejacks, then the Fortunes and now he's a big name on the cabaret circuit in America, even working on QE2.
He booKed many famous 1960s bands including The Troggs, ThinK Lizzy, KinKs, and ApplejacKs etc.
And Teresa comes from a Brummie musical dynasty with her aunt Megan Davies, the bassist with 60s Brumbeat band the Applejacks, and her uncle Bob Brady a former keyboardist with Roy Wood's 70s glam rockers Wizzard.
The first band I ever saw was the Applejacks at a school fete in Shenstone, Staffs, on the back of a trailer and also the Swinging Blue Jeans in Sutton Park supported by a band in my class at school called Tomorrow's Creation.
A REUNION concert by Brum Beat band The Applejacks has inspired family members to branch out with their own musical career.
Producer Ian Sandy is also assembling a supergroup made up of 19 60s musicians, including the bass guitarist from Solihull group The Applejacks and the singer and keyboard player from Birmingham band Locomotive.