Frankie & The Fashions Similar Artists

The Fashions

Genres: R&B / Soul
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The Newports - 82% match to Frankie & The Fashions

Genres: Children's Music Holiday & Seasonal Pop / Rock
Decades Active: 1960s
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The Encounters - 78% match to Frankie & The Fashions

Genres: Acappella Doo Wop
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Earl Lewis & The Channels - 77% match to Frankie & The Fashions

Genres: Doo Wop
Decades Active: 1950s
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The Bopchords - 77% match to Frankie & The Fashions

Genres: Doo Wop
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The Five Discs - 77% match to Frankie & The Fashions

Genres: Doo Wop
Decades Active: 1950s 1960s
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The Five Discs were one of several doo-wop groups (Carollons, Chips, etc.) to trace their origins to the Bedford-Stuyvesant district of Brooklyn, New York, USA. They were formed in 1954 by Joe Brocco (lead), Joe Barsalona (baritone), Paul Albano (first tenor) and Tony Basile (second tenor). Composed of Italian-descended young men and originally titled the Flames, they subsequen Read more

The Jarmels - 77% match to Frankie & The Fashions

Genres: Doo Wop Pop / Rock
Decades Active: 1950s 1960s 1980s 1990s
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Formed in Richmond, Virginia, USA, by Nathaniel Ruff (1939), Ray Smith (b. 1941), Paul Burnett (b. 1942), Earl Christian (b. 1940) and Tom Eldridge (b. 1941). They scored a major chart entry in 1961 with ‘A Little Bit Of Soap’, a song that retained an enduring appeal when composer Bert Berns recorded further versions with the Exciters and deep soul singer Garnet Mi Read more

The Kodaks - 77% match to Frankie & The Fashions

Genres: Doo Wop R&B / Soul
Decades Active: 1960s 1990s
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An R&B vocal group from Newark, New Jersey, USA, the original members were lead Pearl McKinnon, first tenor James Patrick, second tenor William Franklin, baritone Larry Davis and bass William Miller. The Kodaks were representative of the pre-teen lead sound, featuring a girlish and innocent, pre-pubescent male voice. When the pre-teen leads first became popular, it was assu Read more

The Monarchs - 77% match to Frankie & The Fashions

Genres: R&B / Soul
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The Pentagons - 77% match to Frankie & The Fashions

Genres: Doo Wop R&B / Soul
Decades Active: 1980s 1990s
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The members of this vocal group from San Bernadino, California, USA, were Joe Jones (lead), Carl McGinnis (bass), Otis Munson (tenor) and the brothers Ted (tenor) and Ken Goodloe (baritone, piano). The Pentagons helped to make the early 60s the era of neo-doo-wop renaissance, in which they sang classic 50s vocal harmonies that evoked the past, but with full orchestrated support Read more

The Solitaires - 77% match to Frankie & The Fashions

Genres: Doo Wop Pop / Rock
Decades Active: 1990s 2000s
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From Harlem, New York, USA, the Solitaires, like no other vocal group of the 50s, sang lushly harmonized doo-wop with a dreamy romantic feeling, and rank as one of the great groups of the 50s. Formed in 1953, the group originally comprised veterans of the doo-wop scene and consisted of lead Herman Curtis (ex-Vocaleers), tenor Buzzy Willis and bass Pat Gaston (both ex-Crows), te Read more

The Vocaleers - 77% match to Frankie & The Fashions

Genres: R&B / Soul
Decades Active: 1990s
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The original members of this vocal group from Harlem, New York, USA, were Joe Duncan (lead), Herman Curtis (first tenor), William Walker (second tenor), Melvin Walton (baritone) and Teddy Williams (bass). One of the pioneering groups of the R&B era, the Vocaleers’ great hit, ‘Is It A Dream?’ (number 4 R&B, 1953), became a part of the repertoires of a myri Read more


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