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Mark Lindsay of Paul Revere & The Raiders and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. 

 

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Co-founder and former lead singer of: “Paul Revere & The Raiders”

Quentin Tarantino used four of Mark Lindsay’s songs in his newest blockbuster movie, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”, and also included vintage footage of Mark singing: “Mr. Sun., Mr. Moon” in a clip from: “Happening” a tv show he hosted in 1968-69.

Lindsay worked not only as the singer of the group, but also as a composer and producer. “The Raiders” were the first rock group signed by Columbia Records and were produced by Terry Melcher, the son of actress and singer Doris Day. Lindsay and Melcher became friends and shared a house for a while. The house later became infamous as the site of the horrific murders of actress Sharon Tate and others, committed by members of Charles Manson's "family."

In addition to being the voice on all the hits of: “Paul Revere & The Raiders”, Mark Lindsay, with his good looks and ponytail, was the very image of the band. From 1965-1967, “The Raiders” were the featured performers of: “Where the Action Is”, Dick Clark’s immensely popular 5-day a week ABC tv music show.  Mark Lindsay went on to make a record 720 network tv appearances with his band and as a solo performer. “The Raiders” owned the 1960’s and 70’s charts with hits like: “Kicks”, “Hungry”, “Good Thing”, “Let Me”, and the biggest-selling single to that date for CBS records, “Indian Reservation,” which sold 6 million copies. While still with “The Raiders”, Mark also had a very successful solo recording career with a pair of top 40 hits “Arizona” and “Silver Bird” as well as 3 best-selling albums. Mark Lindsay has sold over 50 million records.

All in all, Mark Lindsay has had 17 top 40 hits including:

“Arizona”
“Kicks”
“Let me”
“Indian reservation (the lament of the Cherokee Reservation Indian)”
“Good thing”
“Steppin’ out”
“Him or me (What’s it Gonna Be?)”
“Hungry”