Springfield - People

People

  • Dusty Springfield (1939–1999), pop singer (born Mary O'Brien)
  • Rick Springfield (born 1949), pop singer
  • Tom Springfield (born 1934), musician, songwriter, record producer, brother of Dusty (born Dion O'Brien)

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