The Phantom

60s US rockabilly artist Marty Lott. Born 30 January 1938. Died 4 September 1983
The Phantom
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1938-01-30
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The Phantom

The Phantom Biography (Wikipedia)

Jerry Lott a.k.a. Marty Lott a.k.a. The Phantom (January 30, 1938 – September 4, 1983) was an American rockabilly singer with the frantic Dot single, "Love Me" backed with the ballad "Whisper My Love" (Dot 45-16056). Both sides were recorded in 1958 but not issued until January 1960. Songwriting credit for both is M. Lott. Although the recording is performed in a fractured Elvis style, this is not the same song as the Elvis Presley song "Love Me"

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