Par dion1 le 31 January 2015 à 08:18
The Continettes (Wilmington, DE)
Ventie Jean Williams
1961 - Billy The Kidder / Boys Who Don't Understand (Richie 4300)
Vince Rago owned and managed the Wilmington, DE Delaware based Richie Records from 1961-1968. His label featured Soul, Doo-wop, Pop, Rock and Psychedelic artists from the Delaware Valley. As talent scout for the area, he nurtured the musical careers of dozens of area singer-songwriters and fueled the dreams of thousands.
Ventie Jean Williams Shirley Lewis Valerie Robinson
After three singles by Teddy & the Continentals who had a national hit –– on the Bubbling Under chart –– with “Ev’rybody Pony,” which hit #101 in September 1961. Vince Rago recorded The Continettes for their first and only single : "Billy The Kidder" b/w "Boys Who Don't Understand".
The group were composed by Valerie Robinson, Shirley Lewis, Ventie Jean Williams, Linda Powell and Jackie Emory.
Billy The Kidder Boys Who Don't Understand
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