Pat Boone
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Pat Boone

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Biography

Pat Boone, birth name Charles Eugene Boone was born on June 1, 1934 in Jacksonville, Florida, the United States. He was a popular singer during the 1950s-1960s in the U.S. and reached the fame as an actor, writer, spokesman and motivation speaker. Boone is famous for many pop hits and covers of R&B songs that influenced even rock and roll. Elis Presley was his opening act during his tours in the 1950s. Boone has released many hit singles including such songs like Ain't That a Shame", "Long Tall Sally", "I Almost Lost My Mind", "Don't Forbid Me", "Love Letters In The Sand", "April Love", "Moody River", "Speedy Gonzales" etc. You can download The Very Best of Pat Boone in mp3 from our site. He was the only one artist who could compete with Elvis in the charts. He is ranked number 9 on the Top 40 Artists 1955-1995.

 

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