Dee Edwards Dee Edwards
Dee Edwards (real name Doris Jean Harrell) was born in June 1945, Doris Jean Harrell, in Birmingham, Alabama, U.S.A. Brought up on Lawton, close to the Pig Pen, Dee Edwards was instrumental in the birth of the group The Paragons, along with her brother Albert Harrell. Her first, but the group's only 45, was recorded in the Pig Pen in early 1963 and was called 'My Time Is Important To Me'. When The Paragons split up Dee became a solo artist. Notable songs include her first solo tune, 'You Say You Love Me' b / w 'Tired Of Staying Home', 'Oh What a Party' and 'I Can Deal With That.'

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