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Clifford Curry (Clifford Curry)

Clifford Curry

Clifford Curry (November 3, 1936 – September 6, 2016) was an American beach music and R&B singer. Curry was born on November 3, 1936 in Chicago, Illinois. Clifford Curry’s career began in high school and he was a member of several groups, including The Echoes, The Five Pennies (for whom he wrote a 1956 release, “Mr. Moon”), Hollyhocks (1957), and the Bubba Suggs Band (1957–1964). As Sweet Clifford he recorded for the Nashville-based Excello Records label, before beginning work with the Fabulous Six and the Contenders. In 1967, he had a hit on the US R&B chart with “She Shot A Hole In My Soul”, which was produced by Buzz Cason (a long time producer of Curry’s). Known as “The King Of Beach Music,” Curry continued to play in the Southeastern United States with his brand of Carolina Beach Music, and was inducted into the Beach Music Hall of Fame in 1995, along with his peers Maurice Williams and Bill Pinkney. In 1997, Clifford Curry recorded an album titled Tennessee R&B Live with Earl Gaines and Roscoe Shelton. Curry joined and backed Faye Adams on her number one R&B smash “Shake a Hand.” Clifford Curry resided in Knoxville, Tennessee. He died in Knoxville on September 6, 2016 at the age of 79.

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  • November, 03, 1936
  • USA
  • Chicago, Illinois


  • September, 06, 2016
  • USA
  • Knoxville, Tennessee

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