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Tommy Ridgley (October 30, 1925 – August 11, 1999) was an American R&B singer in New Orleans, Louisiana. Born Thomas Herman Ridgley, he released his debut single "Shrewbury Blues" in 1949 from Imperial Records. In the 1950s he formed his group the Untouchables, and recorded for labels such as Decca, Atlantic and Herald. His 1952 release "Tra-La-La" on Decca was later covered and made famous by Pat Boone.

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