Cleve Duncan, lead singer of the Penguins, dead at 77 (1 year and 5 months ago)

Nov 10, 2012

Cleve Duncan, whose smooth lead voice made the Penguins’s “Earth Angel” into one of the most memorable and romantic songs of early rock ‘n’ roll, died this week at the age of 77. No further details were available. full story

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