Blues Singer Rosco Gordon Dies Of Heart Attack

Blues singer Rosco Gordon died on July 11 of a heart attack at his home in the city's Queens borough. He was 74. Rosco was known for 1950s hits including "Booted," "No More Doggin'," "Do the Chicken" and "Just a Little Bit," which sold more than 4 million copies in covers by Etta James, Elvis Presley, the Beatles and Jerry Butler.
Source: Associated Press / Updated: Jul 22, 2002 
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