Golden Oldies & Doo-wop
Golden Oldies "Summer" Spectacular
- Randy And The Rainbows
- Classic 45
- The Fellas
- The Mystics
- Touche' Of Class
- 1910 Fruitgum Co.
- The Jersey Girls
- Barbara Harris & The Toys
- Larry Chance & The Earls
- John Kuse & The Excellents
- Park Avenue
- Jimmy Beaumont & The Skyliners
- Lisa & The Lovetones
- The Devotions
- Jersey Sound
- The Neighborhood
- The Cameos
- The 60's Boys
- The Jukebox Legends
- The Barons
- The Tribunes
The Devotions Originally from Astoria, Queens, New York.
The group was formed in 1960 and is proud to have recorded; Sentimental Reasons, Sunday Kind of Love,Snow White,Zindy Lu,Tears From A Broken Heart and Rip Van Winkle[#3 Bill Board, 1964] as well as other notable songs.
AL VIECO [baritone] NEIL KEEFFE [2nd tenor] originally from Astoria, as well as JOHN WILLIAMS [1st tenor] from Ridgewood, Queens and JOE SPANO [prin. lead] from the Bronx, round out the group today.
Band members include Mike Banek [bass guitar] Steve DiFalco [drums] Jim Kanellos [sax] Frank Mackey [lead guitar] and Bob Petrone [key boards].
THE DEVOTIONS are a totally self contained vocal harmony group and band. They have performed throughout the New York metropolitan area. Including such major venues as ATLANTIC CITY, MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, WESTBURY MUSIC FAIR, PNC ARTS CENTER and appearences on PBS-TV Doo Wop shows as well as many many other locations over the past 48 years.
The group is widely known for their multifaceted vocal abilities.
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The Tribunes stars the acappella voices of Mike Cuomo, Carlos Rampolla, Roy Cambell, Jerry Pilgrim and Shelly Wengrovsky. First founded in 1957 by the late Tony Acaron, they continue to present their harmony talents while singing time honored hits from the 1950's & 60's as well as their own original titles as heard on their latest CD "Tony Acaron's Tribunes." An always welcomed feature act at Doo-Wop and Rock-n-Roll shows such as " The Richard Nader Doo-wop show" and WCBS-FM, they clearly deliver a nostalgic memory of unparalleled quality.
The Tribunes are a legendary 5-man acappella group specializing in the performance of vocal music from the 1950's and 1960's. The group was originally formed in 1957 and enjoyed success with their 1959 Top Forty recording, "Code of Love" on Paul Winley's famous Derrick Records label. Paul Winley has the distinction of producing the legendary album, "The Paragons Meet The Jesters", often revered as the quintessential doo wop recording of all time.
The Tribunes perform regularly across the United States and abroad and have shared the stage with virtually all of the oldies artists and groups performing today, to include The Harptones, The Drifters, Johnny Maestro and the Brooklyn Bridge, The Chantels, The Crystals, The Tokens, The Platters and many more.
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