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Steve Alaimo

Steve Alaimo was born on December 6, 1939. A man of many talents, he began a singing career in Miami, Florida in the early 1960s while attending the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. He formed the singing group The Red Coats and they had a minor success with the song, I Want You To Love Me. A charming, friendly, and talented person, ... See full bio »

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Known For

No Looking Back
No Looking Back Soundtrack
House of D
House of D Soundtrack
The Wild Rebels
The Wild Rebels Rod Tillman
Stanley Crail Denning


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 2004 House of D (writer: "Melissa")
 1999 Jeff Gordon XS Racing (Video Game) ("Klockwerk", "Mood Processor", "Nostromo", "Probe", "Road Warrior", "VLF")
 1998 No Looking Back (writer: "Melissa")
 1985 The Allman Brothers Band: Brothers of the Road (Video documentary) (writer: "Melissa")
 1978 Good Old Days Part II (TV Special) (performer: "Cast Your Fate to the Wind")
 1972 Stanley (producer: "Sparrow", "Start a New World")
 1966 Where the Action Is (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Episode #2.245 (1966) ... (performer: "Hitch Hike")
 1965 Shindig! (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Episode #1.24 (1965) ... (performer: "Jailhouse Rock", "Real Live Girl")
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Recorded "Every Day I Have to Cry" in 1963.


5' 10½" (1.79 m)

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Steve placed nine recordings on Billboard's Hot 100 during the 1960s. None of them made the top 40. See more »


Blue-eyed soul

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