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  4. 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…

  5. The Four Tunes were a late 40s / early 50s vocal pop / early doo wop group that was formed by members of The Brown Dots, a splinter group of…

  6. The Halos were an American doo wop group from The Bronx.

    After The Mellows broke up, Arthur Crier formed The Halos. The original group consisted…

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  10. That's Bobby Jay as MC with Eulis Nason on lead vocals, and Bill Witt on bass, Wait! Is that Nelson Shields? and Ray Sanders on first tenor…

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  12. The Timestones was the in house group of the iconic Times Square Records in the early to mid 60's in NYC. The only cut 2 perhaps 3 records on…

  13. Schoolboys...see the picture above...ignore the songs below...this is a Paradise Valley (suburb of Phoenix) band that played 'teen clubs,' and doing…

  14. 1) THE VIDEOS (Queens, N.Y.)
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    Ronald Cussey (d) (lead), Clarence Bassett (1st tenor), Charles Baskerville
    (2nd tenor), Johnny Jackson…

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

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

  18. The Solitaires are a doo wop group, best remembered for their 1957 hit "Walking Along".

    Formed in Harlem in 1953, the band consisted of Herman…

  19. 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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