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Sam Cooke: Born as Samuel Cook, famously known as Sam Cooke, He was born in Clarksdale, Missisipi on January 22, 1931 and on December 11, 1964 an American soul, gospel singer-songwriter and entrepreneur. Acknowledged for his hits resembling “You Send Me”, “Wonder World”, “Bring it Home to Me”, “Chain Gang” and “A Change is Gonna Come” are some of the 29 singles included within top 40 hits in America. He begin his career inside a crowd called The Singing Children with his siblings. Afterwards, he became the lead singer of Highway QC’s. By 1950, he replaced lead singer R.H. Harris of the gospel group The Soul Stirrers until 1957. At the alike year he furthermore guest star in “The Guy Mitchell Show”. Cooke’s first song was “You Send Me”. By 1961, Cooke made his own label, SAR Records. By 33, he died of a shooting to was ruled as Justifiable Homicide.

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