Huelyn Duvall


Huelyn Duvall (August 18, 1939 - May 15, 2019) was a highly acclaimed and veteran rock & roll/rockabilly singer with raw and powerful vocals who became famous during the late 1950s. He is best known for the lovelorn rockabilly ballad, "Little Boy Blue" (1959), as well as the original version of "Boom Boom Baby" (ca. 1957-1958), later made famous by Billy "Crash" Craddock. Duvall was cited as an influence by Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin.

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Little Boy Blue (1959)

Pop charts debut year: 1959

Years active: 1956-2015

Genres: Rock & roll, rockabilly

Labels: Challenge, Starfire, Twinkle, Brazos Valley, Rhythm Bomb, Goofin', CAB, Sleazy, Sparton, Apex


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