Par dion1 le 15 January 2008 à 07:57
The Tribunes (2) (Bronx, New York)
Tony Acaron (Lead)
1962 - The Code Of Love / Now That You're Gone (Derrick 502)
It's 1957, and Tony Acaron and his buddies are singing a Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers song on the corner of 138th St. & Cypress Ave. in the Bronx. Taking their name from movie 'The Robe,' where Victor Mature' was made a Roman Tribune. In 1962, Tony Acaron now had four new members: Anthony Vasquez, Junior Vasquez, Sonny Lopez and John Costello. They recorded "Code Of Love" on Paul Winley's "Derrick" label. The group made in person appearances at The famous "Apollo" theater in Harlem and The Jazz Corner Of The World "BIRDLAND" in NYC.
The Code Of Love Now That You're Gone
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