Eugene Church

Born 23 January 1938. Died 3 April 1993
Eugene Church
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1938-01-23
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Eugene Church

Eugene Church Biography (Wikipedia)

Eugene Church (January 22, 1938 – April 3, 1993) was an American singer.

Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Church collaborated with Jesse Belvin in the 1950s as The Cliques, releasing singles on Modern Records. Late in the 1950s he released four singles of his own, as Eugene Church & the Fellows. The first two were U.S. hits: "Pretty Girls Everywhere" went #6 R&B, #36 Pop, and "Miami" hit #14 R&B and #67 Pop. They were followed by "Good News" and "Mind Your Own Business", neither of which charted. Church later pursued a career in gospel music in Dallas, Texas, and returned to secular music in the 1990s in doo-wop revues.

Church died from cancer in Los Angeles, California in April 1993, aged 55.

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Miami
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Geneva
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Sixteen Tons
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Mind Your Own Business
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