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    The group formed in 1958…

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  3. The Danleers was a musical group in the 1950s. They were a quintet hailing from Brooklyn, New York. Jimmy Weston was the lead singer, and the…

  4. The Fiestas were an American R&B group from Newark, New Jersey.

    Formed in 1958, The Fiestas signed to Old Town Records in 1959 after the label's…

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  6. Lee Andrews & the Hearts was an American doo-wop quintet from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, formed in 1953.
    The group consisted of…

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

  8. The Rays was an American musical group formed in New York in 1955, and active in the 1950s. They first recorded for Chess Records. Their biggest…

  9. There two bands with the name The Turbans.

    1) An African American doo-wop group, who were formed in Philadelphia in 1953.
    2) An international…

  10. 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…

  11. The Mello-Kings were a doo-wop group who became popular in the late 1950s.
    Despite the fact that their only hit, "Tonite Tonite", never climbed…

  12. Shep and the Limelites was an American doo-wop group of the early 1960s, composed of James "Shep" Sheppard (September 24, 1935 – January 24,…

  13. The Jive Five is an American doo wop group. They are best known for their debut hit single, "My True Story" (1961), and the fact that they…

  14. Don and Juan were an R&B vocal duo from Brooklyn, NY, consisting of Roland "Don" Trone and Claude "Juan" Johnson. Johnson had previously sung…

  15. A 1950's dop wop group which was a one hit wonder with "You Cheated"

  16. The Edsels were an American Doo-Wop group active during the late 1950s and early 1960s. The name of the group was originally The Essos, after the…

  17. The Dubs are an American doo wop group formed in 1957, known for their songs, "Could This Be Magic", "Don't Ask Me To Be Lonely", and "Chapel of…

  18. 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…

  19. 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…

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