Pat Boone Information

Pat Boone is an American singer, actor, and author who became a prominent figure in the entertainment industry during the 1950s and beyond. His history and timeline highlight his rise to fame as a teen idol, his enduring career, and his impact on various facets of entertainment.


  • 1934: Born on June 1 in Jacksonville, Florida, Pat Boone grows up in a family that values music. He inherits his mother’s love for gospel music and begins singing at church and school events.
  • 1950s: Pat Boone gains recognition for his smooth voice and good looks, becoming one of the era’s teen idols. He signs a record deal with Dot Records and starts releasing singles that cater to a younger audience.
  • 1955: His cover of Fats Domino’s song “Ain’t That a Shame” becomes a hit, launching him into the mainstream spotlight. His approach to covering R&B hits with a more polished sound is successful.
  • 1957: He stars in his first movie, “Bernardine,” beginning his career as an actor. He continues to appear in various films over the years, combining his musical and acting talents.
  • 1958: Pat Boone releases the album “No More Mr. Nice Guy,” which solidifies his reputation as a teenage heartthrob and features hits like “I’ll Be Home” and “Chains of Love.”
  • 1960s: He continues to release music and act in films, showcasing his versatility as an entertainer. His chart success extends into this decade, with songs like “Moody River” and “Speedy Gonzales.”
  • 1970s: Pat Boone shifts his focus to gospel music and Christian-themed projects. He hosts a gospel music television show and remains active in the Christian music scene.
  • 1980s: He hosts the game show “Pat Boone’s America” and makes appearances on various television programs. He also continues to perform live and release music.
  • 1990s and 2000s: He remains active in the music industry, recording albums and engaging with new generations of fans through concerts and appearances.
  • 2020s: Pat Boone continues to make public appearances, share his views, and interact with fans.

Pat Boone‘s music is characterized by his smooth vocal style, which allowed him to put his own spin on popular songs and create a distinct sound.


  • Studio Albums:
    1. Pat Boone” (1956)
    2. Howdy!” (1956)
    3. Pat” (1957)
    4. Pat’s Great Hits” (1957)
    5. No More Mr. Nice Guy” (1959)
    6. Pat Boone Sings Guess Who?” (1963)
    7. Great! Great! Great!” (1963)
    8. Sings the New Songs of the Jesus People” (1972)
    9. This and That” (1982)
    10. I Remember Red: A Tribute to Red Foley

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