The Playmates were a late 1950s vocal group led by the pianist Chic Hetti (born Carl Cicchetti, 26 February 1930), drummer Donny Conn (born Donald Claps, 29 March 1930), and Morey Carr (born 31 July 1932), all from Waterbury, Connecticut.
The Playmates, Donald Claps (a/k/a Donny Conn) drummer and lyricist, Carl Cicchetti (a/k/a Chic Hetti) pianist music composer and Morey Cohen (a/k/a Morey Carr) lead vocalist were an instrumental and vocal trio all from Waterbury Connecticut and in the early-1950s at the University of Connecticut, After graduation began touring The USA and Canada small lounges and night clubs in 1952 originally as the "Nitwits" later as the Playmates.
Signed to Roulette Records in 1958 as the label's first vocal group, Anticipating a Calypso craze, the group recorded an album called Playmates Visit the West Indies. They then released two notable top 40 singles —Читать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Beep Beep / Your Love [1958, сингл]
- Golden Classics [сборник]
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