Randy Sparks is a musician, singer-songwriter and founder of The New
Christy Minstrels and The Back Porch Majority. Prior to that, in the late
1950s he had a solo career and released two albums under the Verve
label, a self-titled album in 1958 and Walking the Low Road in 1959. In
1960 he formed a trio called "The Randy Sparks Three" and had an
album by that same name. He wrote the song "Today” which was a
hit for the New Christy Minstrels for their 1964 album of the same
title for Columbia Records.
Randy Sparks wrote "Green, Green" with Barry McGuire for the
1963 album Ramblin.