Tommy McLain

Tommy McLain is an American swamp pop musician, born on March 15, 1940 in Jonesville, Louisiana. He is best known as a singer but also plays keyboards, drums, bass guitar, fiddle and bagpipe.

In 1966, McLain recorded the song "Sweet Dreams", which reached #15 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart. He has also collaborated with Clint West on the track "Try To Find Another Man". Additionally, he wrote Freddy Fender's single "If You Don't Love Me Alone (Leave Me Alone)".

With his versatile musical abilities and successful recordings, Tommy McLain has made a significant impact in the music industry. His talent and contributions continue to resonate with fans worldwide.


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