The Righteous Brothers You've lost that lovin' feeling Unchained Melody. They were known as "the blue eyed soul brothers". Bobby Hatfield and Bill Medly. Bobby passed, but Bill is still here. Bill has the deep voice.
Frankie Lymon 'Frankie' Lymon was considered one of the first African-American teenage pop stars. The multi-talented Lymon formed the music group, 'Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers,' in at the age of and installed himself as there lead singer.
Sam Cooke discovered the band and mentored the boys. Their name was changed to The Valentinos. Clockwise from top left: Bobby, Friendly Jr, Curtis, Harry and Cecil pose for a portrait in Cleveland, Ohio circa
I just watched an old Ed Sullivan show that featured the Four Tops and Pearl Bailey on it. The Four Tops were wonderful of course and the harmonies they were able to achieve despite the limits of television sound quality was impressive.
Earl (Speedo) Carroll, the lead singer of the 1950s doo-wop group the Cadillacs, who later found contentment, plus a measure of abiding renown, as a New York City school custodian, died on Sunday in Manhattan. He was 75.