Remembering Little Eva NPR's Michele Norris talks with Carole King about singer "Little Eva" who died last week. Little Eva's real name was Eva Narcissus Boyd. She became a teen star when her song The Loco-Motion hit number one on the charts in 1962. Carole King co-wrote the song.
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Remembering Little Eva

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NPR's Michele Norris talks with Carole King about singer "Little Eva" who died last week. Little Eva's real name was Eva Narcissus Boyd. She became a teen star when her song The Loco-Motion hit number one on the charts in 1962. Carole King co-wrote the song.