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Dion, 1989 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee

Singer Dion DiMucci (vocals; born July 18, 1938), better known simply as Dion, epitomized the indigenous music of the Bronx streets where he was raised. He started singing at a young age, and he had a variety of musical influences. As he wrote in his autobiography: “I was picking up influences from all over the place, mixing in early R&B with doo-wop. Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis, Bo Diddley and, of course, Elvis. In other words, like every other teenager in America, I was discovering rock & roll.”

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