Charles Mann (given birth to Charles Louis Dominique) is among the superstars of swamp pop, the rock-influenced music of southeast Louisiana. Although small known beyond Louisiana’s French Triangle, Mann has already established several regional strikes including “KEEP THE Hands Around Me,” “You’re NO MORE Mine,” and “She’s Strolling Towards Me.” His most effective songs have already been addresses of Neil Diamond’s “Crimson, Red, Wines” in 1969 and Dire Strait’s “Walk Of Existence” in 1988. As a young child, Mann spent hours performing along to the air. In his early-teens, he became a member of a chapel choir. In 1960, he became a member of his first rock-band, Rick as well as the Hound Canines. Four years later on, he became a member of a more-professional group, the Eltradoors. Taken to the eye of Lee Lavergne, an archive maker and owner from the Lanor record label, Mann was authorized to a documenting agreement. His debut solitary, “KEEP THE Hands Around Me,” became a local hit. Mostly carrying out within the southeast Louisiana and southwest Tx region, between Baton Rouge and Beaumont, Mann continuing to create a pursuing for his dynamic design of swamp pop. Inducted in to the Louisiana Hall of Popularity in 1990, Mann received a Louisiana Living Story award in Apr 1998.