British singer/songwriter and record producer Paul Ryan and his similar twin brother Barry were given birth to in Leeds, Western Yorkshire on Oct 24, 1948. The sons of ’50s pop singer Marion Ryan, the duo was groomed for the spotlight, liberating their first solitary (“Don’t Bring Me Your Heartaches”) in 1965 for Decca Records. While Barry thrived within the limelight, Paul became increasingly more disenchanted using the continuous touring and tv appearances, leading to the duo’s dissolution in 1968. Barry ultimately agreed upon with MGM Information and Paul continuing to write, offering his sibling with several songs, like the track that could become his personal piece, the grandiose “Eloise” (United kingdom art-punkers the Damned have scored popular cover from the melody in 1986). Paul Ryan passed away of cancers in 1992.