Chanteur Rock 'n' Roll US né Terry Gene DeRouen le 7 Janvier 1940 à Lafayette (Louisiane), mais élevé à PortArthur (Texas).

Gene Terry was born Terry Gene DeRouen in Lafayette, LA, but raised in Port Arthur, TX, where his main musical influence growing up was his father and grandfather performing Cajun songs. He formed his first band, the Kool Kats, in the mid-'50s, doing country & western songs -- they gravitated toward rock & roll and changed their name to the Downbeats, and some of their early sides came out on Savoy Records. After a brief foray into rockabilly through Starday Records with "This Woman I Love" in 1957, his later sides showed up on Goldband Records. His most successful record was "Cindy Lou."

Talents : Vocals

Style musical : Rock 'n' Roll, Rockabilly


Tip, Tap And Tell Me (1957)

CINDY LOU (1958)

Never Let Her Go (1958)

Cinderella Cinderella (1959)

Years in activity :

1910 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2000 10 20



01/1957 SP ROCK-IT 45-598 (US) Gene TERRY & His KOOL KATS - The Woman I Love / Tip, Tap And Tell Me
04/1958 SP GOLDBAND 45-1066 (US) Cindy Lou / Teardrops In My Eyes
12/1958 SP GOLDBAND G-1081 (US) No Mail Today / Never Let Her Go
02/1959 SP SAVOY 45-1559 (US) This Should Go On Forever (Ronnie DEE & The DOWN BEATS) / Fine-Fine (Gene TERRY And His DOWN BEATS)
02/1959 SP SAVOY 45-1559 (US) Gene TERRY And His DOWN BEATS - This Should Go On Forever   / Fine-Fine
06/1959 SP GOLDBAND G-1088 (US) Gene TERRY & The DOWN BEATS - Guy With A Million Dreams / Cinderella Cinderella
197? SP GOLDBAND G-1250 (US)

Cindy Lou (Jenny Scroggins & Gene Terry with The Down Beats) / What Can I Do I Still Love You (Gene TERRY)

Unissued Tracks

1957 GOLDBAND unissued - (Goldband LP 118 (#5))

Baby You're Fine Fine 

1957 GOLDBAND unissued - (Goldband LP 118 (#3))

No Mail Today [alt. vers.] 

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