What was Lloyd Price biggest hit?

What was Lloyd Price biggest hit?

Stagger Lee
After a streak of hits in the early 1950s, many of them reaching the top end of the US R&B chart, Price was drafted into the US army. On demob, he enjoyed his biggest hit in 1959 with Stagger Lee, which topped the US pop chart. His other major hits included I’m Gonna Get Married, Lady Luck, Question and Misty.

How many hits does Lloyd have?

Lloyd discography
Music videos 18
EPs 2
Singles 12
Featured singles 16

What is the top 20 songs of all time?

The Top 50 most iconic songs of all time

  • Smells Like Teen Spirit – Nirvana.
  • Imagine – John Lennon.
  • One – U2.
  • Billie Jean – Michael Jackson.
  • Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen.
  • Hey Jude – The Beatles.
  • Like A Rolling Stone – Bob Dylan.
  • I Can’t Get No Satisfaction – Rolling Stones.

What was Lloyd first song?

In 2004, Lloyd released his solo debut single “Southside” (featuring Ashanti), the title track of his debut album, Southside (2004). The single quickly charted on the US Billboard Hot 100, and became a Top 40 hit. His second album Street Love, was released on March 13, 2007.

What songs has Lloyd written?

Original songs

Title Written by Covered by
Have You Ever Had the Blues Lloyd Price, Harold Logan Covered by (15 artists)
I’m Glad, Glad Lloyd Price Covered by (2 artists)
I’m Gonna Get Married Lloyd Price, Harold Logan Covered by (11 artists)
Lawdy Miss Clawdy Lloyd Price Covered by (112 artists)

Who is Lloyd Price wife?

Jackie Battle
Price is survived by his wife, Jackie Battle; three daughters Lori, D’Juana and December; two sons, Lloyd Jr.

Is the singer Lloyd Price still alive?

May 3, 2021Lloyd Price / Date of death

What is Lloyd real name?

Lloyd Polite Jr.Lloyd / Full name

Why did Lloyd stop making music?

Over the last several years, Lloyd has been on a self development journey, which involved taking a break from music. “I didn’t have to put out albums for a check,” he says. “[But] I had to do that when Katrina happened. I had to put out Street Love because I didn’t have a choice, my family was [displaced].”