Ronnie Dove is a pop-country singer who became famous in the mid 1960s. His career began in the 1950s when he formed a band, the Belltones, with which he performed throughout the Baltimore area and the East Coast.
In 1964, Dove debuted on the charts with "Say You," which was followed by a long string of hits through 1969 that included "Right Or Wrong" (1964), "One Kiss For Old Times Sake" (1965), "A Little Bit Of Heaven" (1965), and "Cry" (1966).
Dove later went country and had several hits on the Country charts from 1972-1987 that included "Kiss The Hurt Away" (1972), "Things" (1975) and "Rise And Shine" (1987). He continued to tour and perform throughout the 1980s, 1990s, and well into the new millenium.
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- Cry 1966
(This song first topped the charts for Johnnie Ray in 1951 and also became a hit for Georgia Gibbs (1951), Eileen Barton (1952), the Four Knights (1952), the Knightsbridge Singers (1959), Ray Charles (1965), and Lynn Anderson (1972).)
- Happy Summer Days 1966
- I Really Don't Want To Know 1966
(This song was previously a hit for Tommy Edwards (1960), Solomon Burke (1962), and Esther Phillips (1963) and later also became a hit for Elvis Presley (1971).)
- I'll Make All Your Dreams Come True 1965
- Kiss Away 1965
- Let's Start All Over Again 1966
- A Little Bit Of Heaven 1965
- One Kiss For Old Times' Sake 1965
- Right Or Wrong 1964
(This song was previously a hit for Wanda Jackson (1961).)
- Say You 1964
- When Liking Turns To Loving 1966
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