Franklin, Williamson County, Tennessee, United States (1945 – 2017)
Robert Knight (born Robert Peebles, April 24, 1945 – November 5, 2017) was an American singer best known for the 1967 recording of the song "Everlasting Love".
Born in Franklin, Tennessee, Knight made his professional vocal debut with the Paramounts, a quintet consisting of school friends. Signed to Dot Records in 1960, they recorded "Free Me" in 1961, a US R&B hit single that outsold a rival version by Johnny Preston.
After this initial success, their subsequent releases flopped, resulting in… read more
|1||Play on youtube||Everlasting Love||
|2||Play on youtube||Love on a Mountain Top||
|3||Play on youtube||Branded||
|4||Play on youtube||Branded!||
|5||Play on youtube||Dance Only with Me||
|6||Love on a Mountaintop||
|7||Play on youtube||It's Been Worth It All||
|8||Play on youtube||Blessed Are the Lonely||
|9||08 - Everlasting Love/Robert Knight - Eis Am Stiel - Beach Party||
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