- 100% match to Larry Hall
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
- 53% match to Larry Hall
17 March 1937, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. A romantic crooner in the style of Johnny Mathis, Wade was working as a laboratory assistant for Dr. Jonas Salk, the man who discovered polio vaccine, when he auditioned for the Coed label. He eventually scored three US Top 10 hits: Take Good Care Of Her, The Writing On The Wall and As If I Didn
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.
- 31% match to Larry Hall
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