A singing group from Fremington has bolstered its ranks with a rock and roll star from the 1950s. Terry White has been stretching his vocal chords with the Fremington Singers, a come when you can group that meets on Thursdays at the villages Methodist church. Terry, who lives in Bideford, was part of the first wave of rock and roll in the late 1950s, recording the single Rock Around the Mailbag. He performed the song on the TV series Oh Boy!, where he appeared alongside Sir Cliff Richard and producer Joe Meek, as well as performing at the Royal Albert Hall and Londons Coliseum Theatre. Originally from Dorchester, Terry left the industry after starting a family and worked delivering computers. Now 75 years old, he says the choir is a great way to carry on with his singing. He said: The only singing I do now is in this choir and another in Barnstaple that meets about once a month. Its just to keep it going. This choir here theyre really good. Im not really a chorister, but its just thats the way you can do a bit of singing nowadays. Theyre really good, and theyre so happy everyone wants a laugh.