Chris Montez recorded a number of hit records including “Let’s Dance” in 1962 followed by “Call Me” and “There Will Never be Another You.” He also scored an international hit with “Cartas de Amor,” which Chris sang in Spanish. In addition to his popular recordings, Chris toured with some of the legends of rock and roll including Sam Cooke, Tommy Roe, Smokey Robinson and The Beatles. The lads from Liverpool opened for Chris a few times including in London before they traveled to the United States in 1964. Herb Alpert produced a number of albums for Chris including the successful The More I See You in 1965.
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