Famous ABBA Fans Talk: Martin Lee (Brotherhood of Man)

Originally formed by producer-composer Tony Hiller in 1969, the British group Brotherhood of Man scored a hit with United We Stand a year later. Personnel changes in the group followed, with the definitive line-up that would go on to have international success coming together in 1973, consisting of Martin Lee, Lee Sheriden, Nicky Stevens and Sandra Stevens. With the catchy Save Your Kisses For Me, Brotherhood of Man won the Eurovision Song Contest in The Hague in 1976, two years after ABBA. The song is still the world’s biggest-selling Eurovision single, selling in excess of 5 million copies and topping the charts in 33 different countries. Other hits such as Oh Boy (The Mood I’m In), Angelo and Figaro followed, and the group continues to perform regularly to this day. Martin Lee stopped by to talk a little about his group, and what ABBA means to him.

Martin Lee