Bobby Roy & The Chord-A-Roys
Bobby Roy & The Chord-A-Roys (Brooklyn, New York)
Mike Regal (Lead)
Shelly Weiss (First Tenor)
John Christiano (Bass)
1959 - Little Girl Lost / Girls Were Made For Boys (JDS 5001)
The Chord-A-Roys are a vocal group from Brooklyn fronted by Mike Regal with Robert Walden, Shelly Weiss and John Christiano. The group signed with JDS Records, a label run by veteran songwriter Joe Sherman, who arranged and produced "Little Girl Lost" and "Girls Were Made For Boys" at Bell Sound Studios. The group also backed Barry Mann on various demos that reportedly included "Who Put the Bomp" (In the Bomp Bomp Bomp).
The group broke up soon after and Shelly Weiss joined Mike Lasman, Allan Senzan and Ian Kaye & formed the Dreamers who cut a single for Carlton Records subsidiary’s label Guaranteed before changed their name to the Accents. Robert Walden will become an American television and motion picture actor.
Girls Were Made For Boys Little Girl Lost
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