The Earls

White Doo Wop

Birth name, Hi-Hatters (1957) later The Earls (1960s)

Larry Chance (Figueroa) [Lead], Robert Del Din [Fist Tenor], Eddie Harder [Second Tenor], Jack Wray [Bass]

always klick on pic’s.

The Earls

Bronx, New York, USA

Years active 1961-presemt

New York

Discogr. Earls (2) / Info! Earls (2)

The Earls, sometimes credited as Larry Chance and the Earls, were a popular recording group from the 1960s formed in The BronxNew York. In 1962, their single"Remember Then" was a hit, and "Life Is But a Dream," "Never" and "I Believe" also charted. As the oldies revival scene started a strong run in the early 1970s and 1980s, the Earls became one of the most requested groups in the doo-wop genre. They are still actively performing and remain on the oldies circuit.  Other recordings included "Looking For My Baby" and "Kissing." Albums included Remember Me Baby, The Earls: Today, The Earls - Live, Earl Change, and Streets of the Bronx.

Biography: The Earls are one of the New York City doo-wop success stories. Discovered singing on the street corner in front of subway station, the Earls took the original black doo-wop street corner harmony sound, and refined and expanded it for new audiences. … Read full text here >>> The Earls (2)

Original releases OLD TOWN 1076 (US) 1960   b/w   OLD TOWN 1130 (US) 11/1962

This release, re-issue on ERIC 286 [1985]

Billy Bland - Let the little girl dance   b/w   The Earls (2) - Remember then

The Earls (2) - Remember then - 1962

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