Genres: Jazz, Rock, Soul/R&B
Darrell Banks (born Darrell Eubanks) (July 25, 1937 – February 24, 1970) was an American soul singer. Born in Mansfield, Ohio, Banks grew up in Buffalo, New York, and learned to sing in gospel churches before choosing a career in secular music. He signed with Solid Hitbound Productions/Revilot Records, who released his 1966 single "Open the Door to Your Heart" (which, curiously, is legally named "Baby Walk Right in"), written by Donnie Elbert. When the single came out, Banks was credited as the songwriter instead of Elbert, and a protracted legal battle ensued; however, while the courts settled the matter (eventually in Elbert's favor), the tune scaled the US charts, peaking at #2 R&B ... Continue Bio >>
Here To Stay (Deluxe Edition)
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