One-hit wonder Terry Stafford was known for his Elvis sound-alike one “Suspicion,” which became a high Five smash sometimes on the height of Beatlemania in 1964. Stafford was created in Hollis, Fine, on November 22, 1941, and was raised in Amarillo, TX. He transferred to LA after senior high school to go after a singing profession and performed at several regional dances and cultural occasions. He got the opportunity to record a demonstration and decided to go with “Suspicion,” an record monitor from Elvis Presley’s Container Good luck LP (1962). An area DJ had taken the tune to Crusader Information, which remastered it and released it nationally in 1964. It proceeded to go completely to number 3 in the pop graphs and did therefore throughout a week once the Beatles kept every other place in the very best Five. Stafford was hardly ever in a position to duplicate its achievement, though he do reach the very best 30 along with his follow-up one, “I’ll Contact a Superstar.” He continuing to perform and in addition branched out into performing (the film Outrageous Tires) and songwriting, penning Buck Owens’ strike “Big in Vegas.” In 1973, Stafford agreed upon with Atlantic’s recently formed nation division and documented a full-fledged nation album, Say, Provides Anybody Seen My Special Gypsy Rose. The name track edged in to the nation Top 40, and its own flip part, the Stafford co-write “Amarillo by Morning hours,” also loved some regional recognition. It was later on included in George Strait for a significant hit. Stafford documented for Atlantic through 1974 after that disappeared from your music picture. He passed away of liver complications in Amarillo on March 17, 1996.