Boys Don't Cry (band)

Boys Don't Cry was a British studio band who had one hit in the United States, "I Wanna Be a Cowboy", which peaked at #12 in 1984.

On July 30, 1997, co-writer Nick Richards and Brian Chatton sued Paula Cole, Warner Brothers Records, and Imago Records for $7 million in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, claiming that Cole's remix "Where have all the Cowboys Gone?" used the phrase "I wanna be a cowboy" 24 times in the same style and syntax as their song and constituted copyright infringement.


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District Court for the Central District of California, claiming that Cole's remix "Where have all the Cowboys Gone?" used the phrase "I wanna be a cowboy" 24 times in the same style and syntax as their song and constituted copyright infringement. Her most famous songs include:. On July 30, 1997, co-writer Nick Richards and Brian Chatton sued Paula Cole, Warner Brothers Records, and Imago Records for $7 million in the U.S. She died of heart failure in Los Angeles at the age of 86. Boys Don't Cry was a British studio band who had one hit in the United States, "I Wanna Be a Cowboy", which peaked at #12 in 1984. After an early retirement, which she spent in Hawaii and Australia, she returned to Los Angeles to be rediscovered in 1986. In the 1950s, she was one of the first African American women to host her own television show (The Hadda Brooks Show).

In the course of her career, Brooks also appeared in films, mainly as a pianist and/or lounge singer (Out of the Blue, 1947; In a Lonely Place, 1950, performing "I Hadn't Anyone 'Til You"). Born into a prominent African American family from Georgia, she was taught to play the piano from the age of four and later studied classical music. A versatile performer whose career spanned almost six decades and whose repertoire included boogiefied classics, blues, ballads and torch songs, Brooks became known as "the Queen of Boogie Woogie" right after the release, in 1945, of her first single, "Swingin' the Boogie". She was born Hadda Hopgood in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, California [1] (http://www.usc.edu/dept/LAS/pase/bhproject/index06.htm).

Hadda Brooks (October 29, 1916 - November 21, 2002) was a noted African American pianist, vocalist and composer. "Say It with a Kiss". "Don't Take Your Love From Me". "Romance in the Dark".

"That's My Desire". "Swingin' the Boogie".

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