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Bobby Vinton

Bobby Vinton is a pop singer who became famous in the early 1960s for his many romantic ballads. In 1962, he debuted with "Roses Are Red (My Love)," which topped both the Adult Contemporary and Pop/Rock charts and also made the R&B Top 10. This song was followed by a long string of hits through 1980 that also included "Blue Velvet" (1963), "There! I Said It Again" (1964), "Mr. Lonely" (1964), "I Love How You Love Me" (1968), and "My Melody Of Love" (1974), which is partially sung in Polish. Vinton also had a string of hits on the Country charts throughout the 1980s.

Of his many hits, Vinton is most famous for "Blue Velvet." This smash hit was the inspiration for the 1986 David Lynch film noir movie thriller, "Blue Velvet," in which Isabella Rossellini co-starred and performed the title song.

From 1975-1978, Vinton hosted "The Bobby Vinton Show" which used "My Melody of Love" as the theme song. Of Polish origin, he is also known as "The Polish Prince."

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