A new version of Last.fm is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site.

Similar Artists

  1. Formed originally as the Premiers in 1960 in New York, USA, the Excellents consisted of John Kuse (lead), Joel Feldman (baritone), Denis Kestenbaum…

  2. We don't have a wiki here yet...
  3. The Five Discs were a doo-wop group from Brooklyn, New York. Though they were founded in 1954 as the Lovebirds, their first demo recording came…

  4. We don't have a wiki here yet...
  5. One of the earliest interracial quintets, Norman Fox & The Rob-Roys were also one of the most underrated and overlooked groups ever to cut a…

  6. We don't have a wiki here yet...
  7. There were more than 1 band who went by The Fascinators.

    1. A 1950s doo-wop band
    The original members of the Fascinators came together, as did…

  8. Their are three groups known to be called The Classics

    1. The Classics were an obscure 1960s garage punk band found on the CD complication Back…

  9. There are more groups named The Echoes.

    #1 The Echoes were an American doo-wop group from Brooklyn, New York with one Top 20 hit, ‘Baby Blue’,…

  10. Vito & the Salutations are a New York doo wop group from the 1960s, whose first popular recording "Gloria" was a regional hit.

    In the early 1960s,…

  11. The Del-Satins were an American vocal group in the 1960s who recorded on their own but are best remembered for their harmonies on hit records…

  12. The Roommates were originally a duo formed by 15-year olds Steve Susskind and Bob Minsky, of Russell Sage Junior High in Queens, New York. After…

  13. 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…

  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. We don't have a wiki here yet...
  16. We don't have a wiki here yet...
  17. The Four Lovers was a 1950s musical group that was the eventual result of lead vocalist Frankie Valli joining The Variety Trio (brothers Nick and…

  18. The Dreamlovers were an American doo wop group from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

    Formed in 1956, the group took several names early in its career,…

  19. The Chanters belonged to the "kid-sound" school of Rock ‘n’ Roll, which was, at the time they formed, riding high because of Frankie Lymon and…

Pagination

API Calls