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Coronets - Chess Records | This vocal group from Cleveland, Ohio, USA, comprised Charles Carruthers (lead), Lester Russaw (first tenor), Sam Griggs (second tenor), George Lewis (second tenor), William Griggs (bass) and Tony King (guitarist). The Coronets, like the Moonglows, tried to grab the brass ring of success, but unlike their more famous Cleveland counterparts never went beyond one-hit-wonderdom.

Coronets - Chess Records | This vocal group from Cleveland, Ohio, USA, comprised Charles Carruthers (lead), Lester Russaw (first tenor), Sam Griggs (second tenor), George Lewis (second tenor), William Griggs (bass) and Tony King (guitarist). The Coronets, like the Moonglows, tried to grab the brass ring of success, but unlike their more famous Cleveland counterparts never went beyond one-hit-wonderdom.

The Del Vikings were one of the first integrated vocal groups in rock 'n' roll. Corinthian "Krips" Johnson, Norman Wright and Clarence Quick were black, and David Lerchey and Donald "Gus" Backus were white.    Although the group's two biggest hits, "Whispering Bells" and "Come Go With Me" were released by Dot Records in 1957 and 1958, both songs w...

The Del Vikings were one of the first integrated vocal groups in rock 'n' roll. Corinthian "Krips" Johnson, Norman Wright and Clarence Quick were black, and David Lerchey and Donald "Gus" Backus were white. Although the group's two biggest hits, "Whispering Bells" and "Come Go With Me" were released by Dot Records in 1957 and 1958, both songs w...

GO, Johnny GO 1959  GO Johnny GO showcases a group of rock and roll performances, that are surrounded by a plot to hold things together. The best part of Go, Johnny, Go! is that Chuck Berry not only gets to perform but also gets to act.

GO, Johnny GO 1959 GO Johnny GO showcases a group of rock and roll performances, that are surrounded by a plot to hold things together. The best part of Go, Johnny, Go! is that Chuck Berry not only gets to perform but also gets to act.

The Medallions formed in Los Angeles in 1954, after Vernon Green was heard singing on the street by Walter "Dootsie" Williams, the owner of Dootone Records. Green put together a singing group with three friends from Fremont High School, Andrew Blue (tenor), Randolph Bryant (baritone), and Ira Foley (bass). Their first release, "Buick 59", was one of the first releases on Dootone in September 1954. It was backed with a ballad called "The Letter", which received extensive airplay in the…

The Medallions formed in Los Angeles in 1954, after Vernon Green was heard singing on the street by Walter "Dootsie" Williams, the owner of Dootone Records. Green put together a singing group with three friends from Fremont High School, Andrew Blue (tenor), Randolph Bryant (baritone), and Ira Foley (bass). Their first release, "Buick 59", was one of the first releases on Dootone in September 1954. It was backed with a ballad called "The Letter", which received extensive airplay in the…

Bo Diddley & The Duchess! Was just talking about meeting Bo Diddleys family with my dad.

Bo Diddley & The Duchess! Was just talking about meeting Bo Diddleys family with my dad.

popular doo wop singers | Singers.com - Marcels - Doo Wop Group

popular doo wop singers | Singers.com - Marcels - Doo Wop Group

STEREOS - *I REALLY LOVE YOU* - 1961 YouTube I had not heard this song in almost 50 years before I came across it on You Tube... a pleasant surprise.

STEREOS - *I REALLY LOVE YOU* - 1961 YouTube I had not heard this song in almost 50 years before I came across it on You Tube... a pleasant surprise.

Tuffies Western Cowboy Pants Denim Jeans (1953)

Tuffies Western Cowboy Pants Denim Jeans (1953)

The Flamingos - Inducted in 2001

The Flamingos - Inducted in 2001

The Splendors surfaced in Pennsylvania in 1956. Their school friends advised them and assisted them with their rehearsals and practices. By 1959, they were a self-contained unit, both vocalizing and playing instruments. The Splendors' manager, Ken Julian, began his own label. Taurus in 1960....

The Splendors surfaced in Pennsylvania in 1956. Their school friends advised them and assisted them with their rehearsals and practices. By 1959, they were a self-contained unit, both vocalizing and playing instruments. The Splendors' manager, Ken Julian, began his own label. Taurus in 1960....

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