Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where can I find his schedule?

A: No more performances, Richard has retired.

Q: Does he have an email address?

A: No!

Q: How can I contact him?

A: Currently, no (web) way available.

Q: When and where was he born?

A: He was born on Monday afternoon December 5, 1932, in Macon, Georgia.

Q: How tall (or little) is he?

A: He is approximately 5'11" (180 cm).

Q: Was he ever married and does he have children?

A: Yes, he was married and has a son.

Q: How did he get the nickname Little?

A: He got it when he worked in B. Brown's Band.

Q: What are the original lyrics to Tutti Frutti?

A: A wop bop a loo mop a good goddam, Tutti Frutti, good booty, if it don't fit, don't force it, you can grease it, make it easy.

Q: What is his denomination?

A: He is a Seventh-day Adventist.

Q: Where can I get his records/songs for children/Itsy Bitsy Spider?

A: Try second hand record stores in the web, like gemm. Itsy is on album For Our Children, and the album for children is Shake It All About.

Q: This FAQ did not answer my question. Where to go next?

A: Try the forum.