Biography

Cee Farrow was a singer born in Frankfurt, Germany.
Christian F. Kruzinski (September 4, 1956 - May 7, 1993), known also as Cee Farrow, was a new wave artist of the early 19.

Originally a model, Farrow was most noted for his debut single “Should I Love You”, which peaked at No. 82 on the Billboard Hot 100 on October 22, 1983. The single also entered the R&B Singles chart on October 8, 1983 and peaked at number 92. He released one full-length LP, Red and Blue, on the Rocshire label in 1983. The label suffered legal problems and all its assets, including master tapes were seized. The album has never been re-issued on CD.
Farrow also designed over a dozen album covers for Rochshire and Graphite Records’ artists including his own debut album, the 1983 album The Boy is Mine by Caro and the 1984 album Stage Struck by Justine Johns.

In August, 1984 he married April M Gabrielle (April M. Kruzinski) in Nevada. During the late 1980s and early 1990s, Farrow and April ran a series of nightclubs in the Los Angeles area. Among these were The Apartment Club (1988–90), The Bitter End (1985) and Maxx.
Farrow re-surfaced with another single “Imagination” in 1991 under the label Graphite Records, although it failed to gain any success. A music video was created for the single.

He died on May 7, 1993 †in West Hollywood, California reportedly of a brain disease attributed to AIDS.
He was cremated and his funeral was held at Greystone Manor in Los Angeles.

Edited by AlanaDevotional on 12 Mar 2014, 05:18

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Formed in
  • 1956
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  • 1993 †
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  • Frankfurt, Germany

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