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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 ([1]). He performed as an opening act for Elvis Presley ([2]). 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.

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