Par dion1 le 28 December 2016 à 10:42
The De-Los (Philadelphia)
aka The Sherrys
Delores "Honey" Wylie (Lead)
Joyce ? (Soprano)
Clarence Smith (Bass)
1958 - Lullabye Serenade / Pork And Gravy (Cedar 302)
The Sherrys were a short-lived girl group with a rich, soulful sound, built around dance numbers that they performed with extraordinary exuberance, organized by Philadelphia singing star Little Joe Cook. A veteran of gospel and R&B, Cook had led a group called the Thrillers from the mid-'50s. In 1958, Little Joe began putting a group together around his two daughters, Delphine and Dinelle Cook, Delores "Honey" Wylie, Joyce ? and Clarence Smith, Bass of the Students.
Billed as the De-Los the group recorded "Lullabye Serenade" b/w "Pork And Gravy" both sides lead by Delores Wylie on the Cedar label. In 1961, they changed their name as the Sherrys and did some backup work for Maureen Gray, Billy & the Essentials and Bobby Rydell. At this time, the Sherrys consisted of Delphine 'Sugar' Cook, Dinelle Cook, Charlotte Walker and Delores 'Honey' Wylie.
Thanks to Mike Sweeney
(updated by Hans-Joachim)
Lullabye Serenade Pork And Gravy
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