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|1||Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head||12||Audio||1970||Philips|
Samoan born Eliza Keil started out singing with her brothers in the popular New Zealand rock & roll group the Keil Isles and would later become a solo artist in her own right with a string of TV appearances and a part in a film.
She was the sister of Olaf, Herma, Rudolf and Klaus Keil. She was also the cousin of Freddie and Alphonso. In approximately a ten-year period she had at least five singles released as well as three albums from 1967 to 1973.
In 1966 she and brother Herma appeared in the film Don't Let It Get To You. This film also featured Kiri Te Kanawa and Sir Howard Morrison.
In or around 1967 she was a regular resident singer on Television New Zealand's "C'mon" show. She was on the touring spectacular of the show with her brother Herma. She was invited to guest on his farewell tour for New Zealand singing star Mr Lee Grant in 1968. In later years she moved to the United States with her brothers and sisters.
She recorded three LPs, Live At Logan Park (1967), Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head (1970), and Your Songs (1973).