Steve Alaimo


Steve Alaimo is a singer, producer, record label owner, and former teen idol who became famous during the 1960s. His best known songs include his hit covers of the Arthur Alexander-penned "Every Day I Have To Cry" (1963) and the Vince Guaraldi-penned "Cast Your Fate To The Wind" (1965). During the late 1960s, he co-hosted and produced Dick Clark's "Where The Action Is."

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Mashed Potatoes (1962)
  • Every Day I Have To Cry (1963)
  • Gotta Lotta Love (1963)
  • Michael (1963)
  • Cast Your Fate To The Wind (1965)
  • Real Live Girl (1965)
  • So Much Love (1966)
  • When My Little Girl Is Smiling (1971)
  • Amerikan Music (1972)

Pop charts debut year: 1962

Years active: ca. early 1960s - present

Genres: Pop/rock

Labels: Checker, Imperial, ABC-Paramount, Entrance, Atlantic, Atco Records


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