Par dion1 le 3 July 2016 à 08:03
Neith Anderson, Wilmore Pitcher JR, Randoph Baker (rear) Harvey Lee Everhardt (Center) and David Hill (Kneeling)
The Tamaneers (Poughkeepsie, New York)
Kenneth Anderson (Lead)
Harvey Lee Everhardt (Lead)
Wilmore Pitcher JR
1961 - Be Anything But Be Mine / Searching (Bramley 102)
Harvey Lee Everhardt was educated in the New York City School District. In 1952, he enlisted in the United States Air Force. While in the USAF, he formed the Sentinals, a singing group, who appeared on Television thru-out England. After serving his country for four years he received an Honorable discharge. After his tour of duty he was employed at New York University. In 1958, he relocated to Poughkeepsie, NY and was a long time resident.
Harvey was also in the entertainment business. He formed a singing group, The Tamaneers, who preformed primarily in New York City area, including such clubs as : Marie's, Tropical Inn, and the world famous Apollo Theatre. In the 1960's The Tamaneers recorded a single entitled "Be Anything But Be Mine" b/w "Searching" on the Bramley label...
Be Anything But Be Mine Searching
(feat Harvey Lee Everhardt) (feat Kenneth Anderson)
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