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1. If you were listening to Carlo Mastrangelo, Fred Milano and Angelo D'Aleo singing harmony in the late fifties which singer would they be backing?
2. James West, Darron Stankey and Al Candelaria were known as The innocents from 1958 to 1964. Which singer did they back on the 1960 US hit "A Thousand Stars"?
3. Which singer had a backing band known as The Clowns?
4. When Don Covay recorded "Mercy Mercy" in 1965 what was the name of the entire band?
5. Terry Smith and Bodie Chandler were known as The Tamerlanes. They backed Barry De Vorzon on which 1963 Top Forty single as Barry and the Tamerlanes?
6. Michael Arnone, Joe Santollo, John Salvato and Tom Bialoglow were known as The Duprees in the early sixties. They recorded their US Top Forty 1963 single "Why Don't You Believe Me" as The Duprees featuring _________?
7. Known for the 1963 hit "Denise" which group that formed in The Queens in 1962 featured brothers Dominick "Randy" and Frank Safuto with brothers Mike Zero and Sal Zero along with their friend Ken Arcipowski?
8. The singer known as Dante in Dante and The Evergreens was actually named Donald Drowty
9. Which Doo-Wop group that recorded "Those Oldies but Goodies (Remind Me of You)" in 1961 were originally called The Cubans?
10. Clarence Bassett and and Charles Baskerville backed James Sheppard and became known as Shep and The Limelites. What was the title of their 1961 hit record?
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