Paul Evans


American singer and songwriter.
Born on March 5, 1938 in Queens, New York.
He charted 34 times as a songwriter and 7 times as a singer between 1958 and 1990, all as co-writer. His top singing song came in 1959 with "Seven Little Girls (Sittin' in the Back Seat)"--it landed at #9 in the U.S. and #25 in the U.K. On the song writing side, his top charted song was "When" (co-written by Jack Reardon) by The Kalin Twins in 1958--it hit #1 on the U.S. R&B chart, #1 in the U.K. overall, #13 on the U.S. country chart, and #5 overall in the U.S. He also had a second #1 with " Roses Are Red (My Love)" by Bobby Vinton in 1962 (co-written by Al Byron)--it hit #1 in the U.S. overall, #1 on the adult contemporary, #5 on the R&B, and #15 in the U.K. ,
Aliases:Eli Whitney (3)
In Groups:Paul Evans And The Curls, Paul Evans And The Rocky Mount Ramblers, Paul And Mimi Evans
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