Skip & Flip was a U.S. pop duo, consisting of Skip Battin (born Clyde Battin, 18 February 1934, Gallipolis, Ohio, U.S. — died 6 July 2003, Salem, Oregon, U.S.) and Flip aka Gary S. Paxton (born Mesa, Arizona, U.S.
Dick and Dee Dee were American musical entertainers. Dick St. John (born Richard St. John Gosting, 1940 - died December 27, 2003), was the male half of the duo, and Dee Dee Sperling (real name Mary) was the female half. Formed while students in high school in Santa Monica, California, the duo were not romantically linked.
Jimmy Charles, was an American singer with a distinctive "crying style". Charles was born in Paterson, New Jersey, in 1942. Before he sang professionally, he built up quite a local reputation wailing at churches and community functions.
"This Time" it's Troy Shondell -- the man with a voice that makes you remember where you were and who you were slow dancing with when they were playing his songs. One cold Sunday night on February 1, 1959, Troy and his band were entertaining at a club in Davenport, Iowa when just before closing a group walked in, sat down, and sent a note to the stage.
Larry Verne (born February 8, 1936, Minneapolis, Minnesota) was an American novelty song singer. Verne scored two U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart hit singles in 1960: "Mister Livingston" (#75) and "Mr. Custer" (#1, #9 R&B).
Anita Jane Bryant (born March 25, 1940, in Barnsdall, Oklahoma) is an American singer who made a series of television commercials for Florida orange juice. A member of the Southern Baptist Convention, she is best remembered today for campaigning in the mid-1970s to repeal a local ordinance in Miami, Florida, that prohibited discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.