Biography

The Aquatones were a doo-wop group in the 1950s who charted just once with “You”, a ballad which was also covered by Gale Storm.
The lead singer was Lynne Nixon a soprano.
The Aquatones were true one hit wonders whose subsequent singles for the Fargo label all failed to reach the Hot 100. They were issued into the early 60s and finally an album which gathered together most of the songs. Their only album was issued three years after their hit single, and just before their final Fargo release, a remake of The Heartbeats’ “Crazy For You” in July 1961. That song was not on the original album, but was included in the reissue in the 1980s as a repro.
In the late 1990s, the group reformed with a new lead singer, Colette Delaney. They released a number of CDs on the Debra label of remakes and new material including a Christmas album in 2006.

Edited by Dennisian on 12 Jul 2008, 22:48

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