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The Dead Rock Stars Club, an extensive list of dead rock stars and people related to rock, when and how they died with links to sites about them - 2006 January to June

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"Last Kiss" came to the attention of record promoter Sonley Roush, a Texas promoter eking out a living, looking for the next big thing. Roush brought the song to a group that he booked around West Texas, the Cavaliers of San Angelo, with the proviso that singer J. Frank Wilson was still with the band. Wilson joined the Cavaliers after his discharge from Goodfellow Air Force Base (San Angelo, Texas) in 1962, but had left for a while, unsure of the future. Credit should be given also to Sid Holmes of San Angelo for founding the original Cavaliers band in . He later discovered J. Frank Wilson in the early sixties and invited him to join the band and did sign him. Holmes, a fine rockabilly guitarist also taught future Cavalier Lewis Elliott to play bass guitar, and he brought Jim Wynne into the band also, to play piano.

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