Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge

Genres: Doo Wop Holiday & Seasonal Pop / Rock
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Decades Active: 1950s 1960s 1970s 1990s 2000s
Links online: Wikipedia


John Mastrangelo, 7 May 1939, Brooklyn, New York, USA. Maestro led two singing groups to the Top 10: the Crests in the 50s and Brooklyn Bridge in the 60s and 70s. With the Crests, whom he joined in 1956, Maestro’s voice was heard on the number 2 doo-wop classic ‘16 Candles’ in 1958, as well as lesser hits ‘The Angels Listened In’, ‘Step By Step’ and ‘Trouble In Paradise’. (NB: Maestro spelled his stage name Mastro during his tenure with the Crests). Maestro signed as a solo artist to the Coed label, the same for which the Crests recorded, in 1960, while still with the Crests (the group backed him vocally). That year he placed three singles on the charts: the Top 20 ‘Model Girl’, the Top 40 ‘What A Surprise’ and the lesser entry ‘My Happiness’. He left the group and the label in 1962 and continued to record singles for Apt Records, Cameo-Parkway Records, Sceptre Records and United Artists...

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