Par dion1 le 22 April 2016 à 15:32
The Teasers (1) (Indianapolis, In.)
Bill Cox (Lead / Baritone)
Al (Eggie) Parran (First Tenor)
Bob Hyde (Second Tenor)
Pete Merril (Bass)
Henry Gooch (Guitar)
1954 - How Could You Hurt Me So / I Was A Fool To Let You Go (Checker 800)
Singer Bill Cox was an original members of the “Four Kings and A Jack,“ a singing quintet that “wowed” patrons at New York’s La Ruben Blue a few year ago. Bill organized The "Five Teasers" in 1953 with Al "Eggie" Parran, Bob Hyde, Pete Merril and Henry Gooch. The band performed in the area and its surroundings and quickly became popular in Indianapolis clubs they occur throughout the years 1953/56. During these four years, some other members were part of the group, Eddie Green, Turner Robinson and Eddie Williams.
In 1956, The Teasers Dot Record Artists????
The Teasers make appearance on TV programs in East Chicago, Detroit and Milwaukee. The Teasers appeared at Tony’s Supper Club on North Meridian in 1954 and signed a recording contract with Checker Records. Checker Records is a record label that was started in 1952 as a subsidiary to Chess Records in Chicago, Illinois. The label was founded by the Chess brothers, Leonard and Phil. The group will record one single in 1954 "How Could You Hurt Me So" b/w "I Was A Fool To Let You Go ."
Was A Fool To Let You Go / How Could You Hurt Me So
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