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Paul Revere served as an apprentice in his father’s goldsmith shop. After his father died when Paul was 19 years old, he took over his father’s shop and became responsible for his large family.

Revere was born in the North End of Boston , Massachusetts , on 21 December 1734 to Apollos Rivoire and Deborah Hitchborn. At age 13, Paul left his school life to become an apprentice of his father, who was a silversmith. Unfortunately, when Apollos passed away in 1754, Paul was unable to legally obtain control over the silversmith business.

In his early 20s, Revere owned several restaurants in Caldwell , Idaho, [9] and first met singer Mark Lindsay (born March 9, 1942, Eugene , Oregon) [10] while picking up hamburger buns from the bakery where Lindsay worked. [9] The circumstance of their meeting was later referred to in the tongue-in-cheek song "Legend of Paul Revere", recorded by the group. Lindsay joined Revere's band in 1958. Originally called the Downbeats, they changed their name to Paul Revere & the Raiders in 1960 on the eve of their first record release for Gardena Records. The band garnered their first hit in the Pacific Northwest in 1961, with the instrumental "Like, Long Hair". The record had enough national appeal that it peaked at No. 38 on the Billboard chart on April 17, 1961. [11] [12] When Revere was drafted for military service, he became a conscientious objector [9] and worked as a cook at a mental institution for a year and a half of deferred service. During the same time period, Lindsay pumped gas in Wilsonville, Oregon . On the strength of their Top 40 single, Lindsay toured the . in the summer of 1961 with a band that featured Leon Russell taking Revere's place on piano. [9]


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