Par dion1 le 18 August 2016 à 16:16
The Quaker City Boys (Philadelphia, Penn)
Tommy Reilly (Lead)
1958 - Teasin' / Won't Y' Come Out, Mary Ann (Swan 4023)
1959 - Everywhere You Go / Love Me Tonight (Swan 4029)
1959 - Goodbye 50's, Hello 60's / You Call Everybody Darlin' (Swan 4045)
Vocal and Instrumental from Philadelphia, Penn. The leader of the band was Tommy Reilly. They signed with Swan records in 1958. The Quaker City Boys make several appearances on American Bandstand and the group Charted at #39 on Billboard Hot 100 with "Teasin" in late 1958/early 1959. "Teasin" was supplied by veteran writers Al Hofman ("Mairzy Doats", "If I Knew You Were Coming I'd Baked a Cake") and Irving Fields.
That would be their only nationally-charting single, putting them into the books as bona-fide One Hit Wonders since neither of these two 1959 follow-ups could again dent the charts: "Everywhere You Go" b/w" Love Me Tonight" (Swan 4026) and "Goodbye Fifties, Hello Sixties" b/w "You Call Everybody Darlin'" (Swan 4045).
Love Me Tonight Teasin'
Won't Y' Come Out, Mary Ann
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