Par dion1 le 27 September 2016 à 16:20
The Plaids (2) (Nashville, TN)
1958 - Till The End Of The Dance / My Pretty Baby (Nasco 6011)
In 1958, A high school teenage group from Nashville formed by Jerry Cavender, Jerry Carmen, Evlis Branson, Richard South & a girl recorded two song for Ernie Young (founder of Nashboro, Nasco and Excello labels). "Till The End Of The Dance" b/w "My Pretty Baby" appeared on Nashboro's, subsidiary label Nasco in April 1958.
Nashboro was formed in 1951 in Nashville Tennessee by Ernie Young. The output of the label was primarily gospel music. The Nasco label was formed in 1957, for rhythm and blues and rock and roll. The Nasco label had success with the Crescendos in 1958 with a song called "Oh, Julie," which made the pop music Top 10.
Nasco 6011 will be the only single recorded by the group, they are not related with the Plaids that recorded two disk for Darl in 1956 (A white trio) and with the Plaids who backed Willie Logan in 1963 on Jerry-O (A black trio composed by Willie Logan’brothers O.C.Logan, Arthur Ford and Dave Hoskins.
Till The End Of The Dance My Pretty Baby
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