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Paul Revere & the Raiders is an American rock band that saw enormous mainstream success in the 1960s, best-known for hits like "Indian Reservation (The Lament Of The Cherokee Reservation Indian)" (1971), "Steppin' Out", "Kicks", "Let Me" (1969) and "Hungry" (1966).

The band, initially located in Boise, Idaho, started as an instrumental rock outfit led by organist Paul Revere, named in honor of the Revolutionary War hero, who in his early twenties already owned several restaurants in Portland, Oregon… read more

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  • It was sad to see that he had passed away. Yet I'm glad that he lived a long, full life with the group making a bunch of cool tunes. R.I.P. Thanks for the music.
  • R.I.P. Paul Revere. In the early 80s, I remember watching this weekly beach party type of variety show on a local TV channel, featuring Paul Revere & The Raiders. The Mustang front end on his electric piano was cool.
  • R.I.P Yet another living legend gone, at least he had a nice, full life
  • Midnight Ride all day, all night. RIP.
  • R.I.P. Paul Revere
  • R.I.P.
  • RIP Paul Revere
  • Thank you for everything, Paul. Your music was such an integral part of my childhood.

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