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Johnny Maestro & the Brooklyn Bridge (or simply The Brooklyn Bridge) is an American musical group, best known for their million-selling rendition of Jimmy Webb's "The Worst That Could Happen" (1968).
New York City-born Johnny Maestro (born John Mastrangelo aka Johnny Mastro aka Johnny Masters; May 7, 1939 – March 24, 2010) began his career in 1957 as the original lead singer of the Crests, one of the first interracial groups of the recording industry. Patricia Van Dross, older sister to famed R&B singer Luther Vandross, sang with Johnny Maestro while The Crests were signed to the Joyce Record label. Before the Crests signed with Coed Records, Patricia left the group because her mother didn't want her 15-year-old daughter touring with the older guys. After a regional hit with "My Juanita"/"Sweetest One" on the Joyce label, he had two years of chart success with the Crests on Coed Records with "16 Candles