Par dion1 le 17 March 2022 à 15:12
From Left: Mary Webber, Veronica Carrie and Kathy Withers
The Tiaras (1) (Monrovia, California)
1963 - You Told Me / I'm Gonna Forget You (Valiant 6027)
1963 - Hey Señor / Don't Believe A Word (Valiant 6030)
The Tiaras all attend Monrovia High School located in Monrovia, California, a northeastern suburb of Los Angeles. The Girls, Veronica Carrie, Kathi Withers and Mary Webber have sung for assemblies and school dances. They were discovered while auditioning for the background music of a record. The coaches were Barry Devorzon, who wrote the previous hit "Dreamin' " and "Rhythm Of The Rain" and Bodie Chandler. Devorzon also wrote the nice "I'Gonna Forget You" and "You Told Me" the first songs recorded by the Tiaras on Valiant records.
A few months later, the girls return to the studio and record one of their compositions "Hey Señor" and "Don't Believe A Word" by Bodie Chandler. The Tiaras on Valiant are not related with The other groups of Tiaras.Valiant Records was a 60's record label that was distributed by Warner Bros. Records from 1960 to 1965, was owned by Four Star Television before it was sold to Warner Bros. in 1967. Valiant Records was formed in 1960 in California, by singer−songwriter Barry DeVorzon and manager Billy Sherman. They charted with its first release, "Angel On My Shoulder" recorded by Shelby Flint.
I'm Gonna Forget You You Told Me
Hey Señor Don't Believe A Word
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