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Earl Sinks
[aka Sinx Mitchell]
as Sinx Mitchell - Hickory 45-1248 - "Love Is All I'm Asking For" c/w "This Weird Sensation"
April 1964 Publicity Sheet (358 words)
American male singer, instrumentalist and song-writer who replaced Buddy Holly as singer with The Crickets in 1958, and appeared on the "In Style With The Crickets" LP a year later (which included the original version of "I Fought The Law" long before any Punk band existed). He had already made solo records under his real name Earl Henry, and after leaving The Crickets in 1960, he worked in other bands or as a solo act. He signed to Hickory in 1963 and initially recorded as Sinx Mitchell, as explained in this publicity sheet.
 

 
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