Earl Grant

Earl Grant ( born January 20, 1933, Oklahoma City, † June 11, 1970 in Lordsburg ) was an American singer, pianist and organist. His biggest hit was the song The End in 1958. He died as a result of a car accident.


After studying at the Conservatory of Kansas City and the University of Southern California, he played in clubs and eventually received a recording contract. He could for the first time in 1958 in the U.S. Billboard charts with his hit song The End assert ( 7th place). His 1961 released album Ebb Tide also reached # 7 and stayed 32 weeks in the U.S. album charts. By 1968, he released more singles, which also reached the Hot 100.

Grants easy listening music was and is also sometimes used in movies.

He died when he was in Mexico from Los Angeles to Juarez and traveling with his Rolls Royce in a curve of the road ( Interstate 10) came off and overturned it. Along with it came the 17 -year-old Roosevelt Woods, Jr., the son of Grant's cousin, died.