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This group is about Country singer Vince Smith who started recording with his brother Rick in 1984 at the Sam Phillips recording studio in Memphis, Tn.the old Sun Records Studio where Elvis got his start.Vince and his brother Rick had a hit song also, a song written by Rick called "I Don't Want To Be Alone" and another hit called "Old Country Love Song".

Vince suffers from multiple sclerosis since 1984.

Other hits followed for Vince, "It Would Still Be Worth It", "Fire", "I Need You Tonight", "For The First Time", "Don't Touch Me" to name a few. Then he signed with Hearttake Song Records in Nashville, TN. where he met Carol Redo, the girl who eventually became his partner, Carol was one of 4 backup singers for Vince before he asked her to record with him. Vince and Carol had hits like "Oh! For The Love", "Enough Of You" and "Feeling Good" (Written by Bob Stamper)"No Letter Today" and their biggest song that they are known for "Let Me Go Lover".

P>You can watch Vince Smith's videos on you tube. my space and Reverbnation. Vince's hit of "My Annette" is also on there, the old version and the re-make.

P>To read a bio and discography on Vince you can click on the following link or type it on Google search. http://www.google.com/profiles/VJSmith43
or go into links on this group. Fans can e-mail Vince at VS1943@Tampabay.rr.com. Vince answers all his mail.

Vince is now with Trend Records. You can also check Vince out on You Tube http://www.youtube.com/user/VSmith741 and also on http://www.numberonemusic.com/vincesmith


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  • Nov 16, 2004
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