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Carson Parks

1936-2005 US, Philadelphia
Folk and World
A.k.a. Clarence Carson Parks

Musician, songwriter and music publisher born at the 26th of April 1936 in Philadelphia (PA, USA). He died at the 22nd of June 2005 in St. Marys (GA, USA). He played guitar, banjo, other miscellaneous stringed instruments, and keyboards. He is the composer of the successful song Somethin' Stupid. He was a member of The Steeltown Two, The Easy Riders, Bud Dashiell And The Kinsmen, The South Coasters, The Steel Town Three, Greenwood County Singers and Carson & Gaile. Was married to Gaile Parks. Brother of Van Dyke Parks.

        
Genres
  • Folk
  • World
  • Pop
  • Rock

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