April Stevens Demographics:
- Real name - Carol LoTempio
- Stage Name - April Stevens
- Born - April 29, 1936
- Birthplace - Niagara Falls, New York
- Occupation - Singer
- Nationality - American
- Has been a recording artist since age 16 years.
- Most popular solo recording was "I'm in Love Again" (music & lyrics by Cole Porter) which reached No. 6 on Billboard Hot 100 singles chart (1951).
- Released song "Teach Me Tiger" in 1959, reaching No. 86 on Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.
- Best known for her 1963 recording of "Deep Purple" (music by Peter DeRose & lyrics by Mitchell Parish) with brother Antonino LoTempio (stage name Nino Tempo), which reached No.1 on the Billboard charts in November 1963.
- "Deep Purple" won the 1964 Grammy Award for Best Rock and Roll Recording.
- On October 26, 1999, April and brother Nino were inducted into the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame in Buffalo, NY.
- Picture of April and husband Bill Permam on April's 73rd birthday (29th April 2009) from The Official Nino Tempo and April Stevens Web Site.
Posted by ALCHEssMIST.
Alchemipedia | Home | Index | AZ | Numbers | Years | Animals | Architecture | Art | Business | Fashion | Films | Food & Drink | Games | Health | History | Literature | Media | Music | People |Politics | Science | Sport | Technology | World |