Tommy Roe placed 22 singles on the BILLBOARD MAGAZINE Pop Singles Chart, 1962-1973, including two that reached number one.
He is best remembered for his series of bright bubblegum singles such as “Sweet Pea,” “Hooray For Hazel,” “Jam Up Jelly Tight,” and the chart topping “Dizzy.” Early in his career he rocked a little on such hits as “Sheila,” “Come On,” and “Everybody.”
“It’s Now Winter’s Day” covers the middle ground between the two styles. While it was released during his bubblegum era, it was a gentle song that kept the focus on his vocals and the song’s lyrics. Released at the end of 1966, it reached number 23 on the BILLBOARD Pop Singles Chart.
Tommy Roe is still active in the music industry.