Titus Turner


Titus Turner (May 1, 1933 - September 13, 1984) was an R&B/blues singer and songwriter that became famous in the early 1960s. He penned many songs for other artists that include "All Around The World" (a.k.a. "Grits Ain't Groceries") and "Leave My Kitten Alone."

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • We Told You Not To Marry (1959)
  • Sound-Off (1961)

Pop charts debut year: 1959

Years active: 1950-1969

Genres: R&B, East Coast blues, jump blues, soul blues

Labels: Glover, Jamie, Okeh, King


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