James "Sugar Boy" Crawford

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New Orleans R&B musician

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According to Wikipedia, James "Sugar Boy" Crawford, Jr. was an American R&B musician based in New Orleans. He was the author of "Jock-A-Mo" , which was later rerecorded as "Iko Iko" by the Dixie Cups, and became a huge hit. The song was recorded by many other artists, including Dr. John, Belle Stars, the Grateful Dead, Cyndi Lauper, and by Glass Candy.

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