Carole King (born Carol Joan Klein, February 9, 1942) is an American composer and singer-songwriter.[2] She is the most successful female songwriter of the latter half of the 20th century in the USA, having written or co-written 118 pop hits on the Billboard Hot 100 between 1955 and 1999.[3] King also wrote 61 hits that charted in the UK,[4] making her the most successful female songwriter on the UK singles charts between 1952 and 2005.[5


King was born Carol Joan Klein in February 1942 in Manhattan, to a Jewish family. Her mother, Eugenia (née Cammer), was a teacher, and her father, Sidney N. Klein, was a firefighter for the New York City Fire Department.[10][11] Sidney, a chemistry major, and Eugenia, an English and drama major, met in an elevator when they were students at Brooklyn College, in 1936.They married in 1937, during the end of the Great Depression.[12]:10 Eugenia dropped out of college to run the household; Sidney also quit college and briefly took a job as a radio announcer.[12]:10 With the economy struggling, he then took a more secure job as a firefighter in New York.[12]:10 After King was born, they remained in Brooklyn, and eventually were able to buy a small two-story duplex where they could rent out the upstairs for income.[13][14]

1947: Carole King and parents Eugenia and Sidney Klein.

Eugenia had learned how to play piano as a child and, after buying a piano, would sometimes practice. Carol had an insatiable curiosity about music in general from the time she was about three years old, so her mother began teaching her some very basic piano skills, but did not give Carol actual lessons.[12]:14 When Carol was four years old, her parents discovered she had developed a sense of absolute pitch, which enabled her to often name a note correctly by just hearing it.[12]:14 Sidney enjoyed showing off his daughter’s skill to visiting friends: “My dad’s smile was so broad that it encompassed the lower half of his face. I enjoyed making my father happy and getting the notes right.”[12]:15Carol’s mother then began giving her real music lessons when Carol was four years old.[12]

Carol began kindergarten when she was four years old, but after her first year she was promoted directly to second grade because she had an exceptional facility with words and numbers.[12]:16 In the 1950s, she went to James Madison High School. She formed a band called the Co-Sines, changed her name to Carole King, and made demo records with her friend Paul Simon for $25 a session.[16][17] Her first official recording was the promotional single “The Right Girl”, released by ABC-Paramount in 1958, which she wrote and sang to an arrangement by Don Costa.[18]

King has been married four times, to Gerry Goffin, Charles Larkey, Rick Evers, and Rick Sorenson. In her 2012 memoir A Natural Woman, King wrote that she had been physically abused by her third husband, Rick Evers, on a regular basis.[12] Evers died of a cocaine overdose days after they separated in 1978. King’s career began in the 1960s when she and her first husband, Gerry Goffin, wrote more than two dozen chart hits for numerous artists, many of which have become standards.

She has continued writing for other artists since then. King’s success as a performer in her own right did not come until the 1970s, when she sang her own songs, accompanying herself on the piano, in a series of albums and concerts. After experiencing commercial disappointment with her debut album Writer, King scored her breakthrough with the album Tapestry, which topped the U.S. album chart for 15 weeks in 1971 and remained on the charts for more than six years.[6]



Carole King at a recording session at RCA Studio B in New York City when she was just 17 in these photos. At that age, she married Gerry Goffin in a Jewish ceremony on Long Island in August 1959 after King had become pregnant with her first daughter, Louise. They left college and took daytime jobs, Goffin working as an assistant chemist and King as a secretary, while writing songs together in the evening at an office belonging to Don Kirshner’s Aldon Music at 1650 Broadway opposite the Brill Building.

King has long had a friendship with musician James Taylor, a frequent collaborator. 



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