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  2. The Hepsters were an American rhythm and blues group. They were formed in 1953 by Joe Williams (lead and piano), Raymond Harvin (first tenor),…

  3. Several bands have gone by the name 'The Marquees':

    (1) The Marquees are an Alternative / Indie / Rock band from Hazleton, Pennsylvania, US.

    (2)…

  4. The Beverley Sisters are a British female vocal trio, popular during the 1950s and 1960s. The trio consists of eldest sister Joy and the twins,…

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  6. Augie Rios had the hit song "¿Dónde Está Santa Claus?" in 1958 which featured the Mark Jeffrey Orchestra.

    Augie Rios Autobiography

    "I was born…

  7. Joan Regan is a traditional pop music singer born in the UK at Romford,Essex on 19 Jan 1928. She was popular during 1950s and 1960s, appearing on…

  8. The Bell Sisters were a US singing duo popular in the 1950s consisting of sisters Cynthia and Kay Strother, who adopted their mother's maiden name…

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  10. The G-Clefs vocal group was a product of Massachusetts in 1955, Roxbury to be exact. The quintet consisted of the four Scott brothers - Teddy,…

  11. Though he has always been remembered primarily as Frankie Lymon's brother, Louie Lymon attained some notoriety on his own. He was 12 when he…

  12. The Moonglows were an influential American R&B and doo-wop group based in Cleveland, Ohio. The original group was composed of Bobby Lester, Harvey…

  13. Two bands have gone by the name The Channels.

    1.) The Channels formed in 1955 around the singers Larry Hampden, Billy Morris, and Edward…

  14. The Quotations were a doo-wop band, primarily from James Madison High School in East Brooklyn, New York.

    The group started in 1958 at Barney's…

  15. The Nutmegs were a 1950s American doo wop vocal group from New Haven, Connecticut. They are best known for their songs "Story Untold" and…

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  17. The Hollywood Flames was an American RnB group formed in 1949 out of the Watts section of Los Angeles. The original members included Bobby Byrd…

  18. The Teen Queens were an American musical group from the 1950s, most remembered for their hit single "Eddie My Love", which reached #14 on the…

  19. There are three musical groups called The Shells

    1) A 1960s motown pop group. (from Allmusic.com)

    The Shells -- led by Nate Bouknight (aka "Little…

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