April Stevens


April Stevens (b. Carol Vincinette LoTempio, April 29, 1929) is a pop singer with a long career who became famous beginning in the 1950s. With her brother, Nino Tempo, she topped the charts in 1963 with "Deep Purple," which won that year's Grammy for Best Rock and Roll Record.

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • And So To Sleep Again (1951)
  • Gimme A Little Kissm Will Ya Huh? (1951)
  • I'm In Love Again (1951)
  • Teach Me Tiger (1959)
  • Sweet And Lovely (1962)
  • Deep Purple (1963)
  • Whispering (1963)
  • Stardust (1964)
  • Tea For Two (1964)
  • All Strung Out (1966)

Pop charts debut year: 1951

Years active: ca. 1950 - present

Genres: Pop rock

Labels: Atco, White Whale, A&M Records

Website: ninoandapril.com


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