Frankie Lymon Biography
Birthday: September 30, 1942 (Libra)
Born In: New York City, New York, United States
Frankie Lymon, born as Franklin Joseph Lymon, was an American rock and roll singer and songwriter. He was best recognized as the lead vocalist of New York City-based rock & roll group, The Teenagers, which was composed of five young boys. With the group, Lymon released several hit singles, including ‘Why Do Fools Fall in Love,’ ‘I Want You to Be My Girl,’ ‘I Promise to Remember,’ ‘The ABC's of Love’, ‘I'm Not a Juvenile Delinquent’, ‘Out in the Cold Again’ and ‘Goody Goody.’ As a solo performer, the roll and roll singer contributed to several albums. Some of his hit albums were: ‘Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers’, ‘Frankie Lymon at the London Palladium’, ‘Rock & Roll with Frankie Lymon’ and ‘Complete Recordings (Bear Family).’ Lymon, who started using drugs after his career went into decline, was found dead from heroin overdose at the age of 25. Following his untimely death, he was buried at the Saint Raymond's Cemetery in New York City. Talking of his personal life, the American artiste was a polygamist and remained married to three beautiful ladies up to his death. His musical career was dramatized in the 1998 flick ‘Why Do Fools Fall in Love’.