Narvel Felts

Genres: Country & Bluegrass Pop / Rock R&B / Soul
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Decades: 1950s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s
Artist Compilations: Narvel Felts & Sharon Vaughn
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Albert Narvel Felts, 11 November 1938, Keiser, Arkansas, USA. Felts obtained his first guitar when aged 13 and taught himself to play. In 1956, he won a talent contest, appeared on local radio and passed an audition as a rock ‘n’ roll singer for Sun Records in Memphis, although his sessions were not released at the time. In 1957, his first record for Mercury Records, ‘Kiss-a-me Baby’, sold 20, 000 copies. He made the US charts in 1959 with ‘3, 000 Miles’ and ‘Honey Love’, both for Pink Records. He had sporadic success for some years (‘I’m Movin’ On’, ‘Rockin’ Little Angel’) and then, in 1973, he had a huge country hit for the Cinnamon label with Mentor Williams’ ‘Drift Away’, which was followed by a string of country hits - ‘When Your Good Love Was Mine’, ‘All In The Name Of Love’, ‘Raindrops’. In 1975, moving to Dot Records, he had a number 2 US...

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