As Aunt Nettie in the Rogers & Hammerstein musical Carousel, an adaptation (with happy ending) of Ferenc Molnar's Hungarian play Liliom from 1921 (as performed in the New York Guild Theatre). Christine's male counterpart Billy in the original cast was John Raitt, the father of Bonnie. He sang it at the end of the musical (see also: Hey There).
Frank Sinatra [first recorded version, two months before the Original Cast album]
Roy Hamilton [n°1 R&B; clearly influencing Gerry & The Pacemakers' version]
Claramae Turner [in film Carousel]
Dick Rivers [as Rien que toi]
Gerry & The Pacemakers [n°1 UK]
Corry Brokken [as Niet Alleen]
Pink Floyd [in Fearless; football supporters singing]
Crowd [n°1 UK (see footnote)]
Astrid Nijgh [as Dan Sta Je Niet Alleen]
Johnny Cash [posthumous]
Alicia Keys [on Hurricane Katrina Relief album]
Jan Rot [as Loop Door]
Lana Del Rey [in film End Of The Story, about Liverpool FC]
In 1963 You'll Never Walk Alone became the third consecutive n°1 UK for Gerry & The Pacemakers from Liverpool. Supporters of the local football team managed to fan the flame until 1985, year of the Heizel drama and of the Bradford stadium fire. In that same year You'll Never Walk Alone was re-ignited for the good cause, again with Gerry Marsden, along with a bunch of newer British stars.