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Fred Parris Dies: Singer On ‘In The Still Of The Night’ By The Five Satins Was 85

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Fred Parris, whose song “In The Still of the Night” became one of doo-wops most memorable songs, has died at age 85 after what was termed a brief illness.

The group’s Facebook page announced his death Friday, although it is unclear when he died. .“The Five Satins family is devastated by this loss but appreciative of having shared Fred’s music with thousands of fans and friends,” the group said.(More to come)New and returning series on broadcast, cable and streamingSeries that made it or didn’t make it in 2020-21Broadcast networks’ fall lineups and schedules

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