Jumpin' Gene Simmons (July 10, 1933, Tupelo, Mississippi - August 29, 2006, Tupelo, Mississippi) was an American rockabilly singer and songwriter. Simmons began his recording career with Sun Records in 1958 (). He performed as an opening act for Elvis Presley (). He had his biggest success with Hi Records in 1964 with the #11 Billboard chart hit, "Haunted House". His last opus was "Indian Outlaw", which he co-wrote, and which became a 1994 hit for Tim McGraw.