(1936 – 2016)
Lee Andrews (born Arthur Lee Andrews Thompson, Goldsboro, North Carolina, June 2, 1936 - March 16, 2016) was the lead singer of the 1950s doo-wop group Lee Andrews & the Hearts. He had some solo releases in the 1960's.
Andrews formed the doo-wop group Lee Andrews & the Hearts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1953. Four years later, their hits started coming: Chess Records picked up their first hits, “Long Lonely Nights” and “Teardrops” in 1957. Another hit, “Try the Impossible,” came… read more
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