Gene Anderson started singing and dancing at a very early age. By the time he was six years old he was performing at his mother's parties and other social gatherings. At age 12 Gene was cutting background tracks for Ike Turner, and performing on the St. Louis Hop television shows. In his teens he started his recording career and found his own label, Royal-Tone Records. The fifth release was "The Gigolo" b/w "The Loneliest One", which is, in our humble opinion, one of the best funk 45 double-siders of all time.
1 The Gigolo
2 The Loneliest One Available from 24.07.2015