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Ben E. King, born Benjamin Earl Nelson, was a prominent American soul and R&B singer who achieved iconic status with his timeless hits and velvety-smooth voice. Rising to prominence as the lead singer of The Drifters, King’s emotive and distinctive vocal style left an indelible mark on classics like “Save the Last Dance for Me” and “Stand by Me.” Following his departure from The Drifters, King embarked on a successful solo career, further solidifying his legacy with songs like “Spanish Harlem” and “Don’t Play That Song (You Lied).”

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