- 60% match to Kris Jensen
9 September 1940, Herndon, Virginia, USA. Dove intended to follow his father and be a policeman, but he somehow was sidetracked. Between 1964 and 1966, after first singing in a rock group at high school, he was a very successful pop singer. Recording for Diamond, he had six Top 20 hits out of the 11 songs that he charted. They included Cry and Right Or Wron
- 48% match to Kris Jensen
17 April 1944, Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada. Bobby Curtola was a popular Top 40 singer and teen idol in Canada throughout the early 60s. Singing in a church choir at first, he recorded his debut, Hand In Hand With You, in late 1959. His popularity among teenage girls grew swiftly and before long he was appearing on television shows in Canada, the USA and Europe.
- 21% match to Kris Jensen
6 December 1939, Rochester, New York, USA. Alaimo was a skilled songwriter and producer, whose most well-known recording was the soulful Everyday I Have To Cry. Very much a white Negro, Alaimo formed the Redcoats at the University of Miami and made his earliest recordings at the local Criteria Studios. These included the local hit I Want You To
- 19% match to Kris Jensen
22 April 1929, Ashland, Kentucky, USA, d. 20 August 1999. Gallion began his career as a guitarist in the late 40s. He played in various clubs and honky tonks until 1952, when he became the vocalist with Stoney Cooper And Wilma Lees band. He appeared with their Clinch Mountain Clan at various venues, including the WWVA Wheeling Jamboree in West Virginia. In the mid-50s,
26 April 1941, Macon, Georgia, USA. After earning a degree in music composition at Coombs College, in her home town of Philadelphia, Clark recorded her first single Angel Of Happiness, backed by the Detroit Spinners, for Herald Records in 1958. She also recorded unsuccessfully for Gotham Records before joining the hit Philadelphia label Chancellor in 1962.
Formed in Jersey City, New Jersey, USA in the early 60s, Ronnie and the Hi-Lites were a doo-wop group best remembered for one recording, the 1962 US Top 20 ballad I Wish That We Were Married. The group, originally called the Cascades, initially consisted of tenors Sonny Caldwell and John Witney, bass singer Kenny Overby and baritone Stanley Brown. Adding 12-year-old
- 13% match to Kris Jensen
30 June 1941, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Larry Hall was responsible for one Top 20 hit, 1960s Sandy. He first recorded the Terry Fell composition in 1959 for the tiny Hot 1 label. The rocking number went nowhere until the New York-based Strand label picked it up for distribution and the single went to number 15 in the US. Hall recorded another single, A G
Formed in East Meadow, New York, USA, in the late 50s, the Bell Notes were a one-hit rock group whose Ive Had It reached the Top 10 in early 1959. The group comprised vocalist and saxophonist Carl Bonura, vocalist and guitarist Ray Ceroni, bass player Lenny Giambalvo, pianist Pete Kane and drummer John Casey. The band was discovered by disc jockey Alan Frederi