Thanks to a series of performances on Dick Clark's #American Bandstand, Fabian rocketed to stardom in the late '50s. With his stylish good looks and mild rock roll, he became one of the top teen idols of the era; luckily, he had the support of the legendary songwriting team of Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman, who provided him with Turn Me Loose, Hound Dog Man, and I'm a Man, among other songs. Fabian's fame peaked in 1959 with the million-selling Tiger single; after that, he valiantly tried to become a movie star. When Congress fingered him as one of the performers who benefited from payola, his already-ailing career was given a nearly fatal blow; under questioning, Fabian explained that his records featured a substantial amount of electronic doctoring in order to improve his voice. After the hearings, he starred in some more movies in the '60s, without regaining the audience of his peak years. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

Top Tracks
Fabian - Turn Me Loose
Lara Fabian - Je t'aime - Live in Paris, 2001 - HQ || Emotional Performance
Fabian Ruiz 2022 - Crazy Skills, Goals & Assists - HD
Fabian's final touches with jiggers - for 2021 succulent jigger videos -
Fabian "Turn Me Loose" on The Ed Sullivan Show
The Golden Boys: Fabian, Frankie Avalon and Bobby Rydell
The Man Who Sh*t-Talked His Way to the Top: The Story of Fabian
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