Par dion1 le 14 May 2020 à 09:30
(L to R) Bruce Diskin, Richie Solari, Sal Tepedino and Bernie Rosner
The Travelers (3) (Brooklyn, New York)
Bernie Rosner (Lead)
1960 - June, July, August (& September) / What A Weekend (ABC Paramount 10119)
1961 - Cadwaller 00002 / Ivy On The Old School Wall (Decca 31215)
1961 - White Rose / (Love Me) Oh My Love (Decca 31282)
The Travelers were a group out of Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn NY. The group members were Bernie Rosner, Sal Tepedino, Bruce Diskin and Richie Solari. They were together for about three years in the early ' 60s. The Travelers cut three singles between 1960 & 1961. The first for ABC in 1960 with "June, July, August And September" b/w "What A Weekend".
In 1961, The Travelers signed with Decca Records and cut two singles, "Cadwaller 00002" b/w "Ivy On The Old School Wall" and "White Rose" b/w "Oh My Love". In 1964, Sal Tepedino joined a reshuffled Concords fronted by Mike Lewis with Teddy Grable (ex Star-Drifts) and Bobby Ganz. A contract with Epic Records led to the release of "Should I Cry" b/w " It's Our Wedding Day". A remake of the Quintones' "Down The Aisle Of Love" was the final Concords single in 1966.
White Rose June, July, August And September What A Weekend
Ivy On The Old School Wall Oh My Love Cadwaller 00002
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