Ruby & The Romantics
|Genres:||Disco Pop / Rock R&B / Soul|
|Tags:||60s oldies soul american pop rnb vocal female male rhythm and blues 50s doo wop 60's girl group girl groups akron 60s girls vocal group sweet old-fashioned girls spotify pop soul oldies but goldies|
|Decades:||1950s 1960s 1990s 2000s|
|Individual Artists:||The Romantics|
|Links:||discography discogs wikidata wikipedia|
Edward Roberts (first tenor), George Lee (second tenor), Ronald Mosley (baritone) and Leroy Fann (9 November 1936, d. November 1973; bass) had been working as the Supremes prior to the arrival of Ruby Nash Curtis (b. 12 November 1939, New York City, New York, USA) in 1962. Curtis had met the group in Akron, Ohio, and took on the role as their lead singer. They subsequently secured a contract with the New York label Kapp and at the suggestion of the company, changed their name to Ruby And The Romantics. By the following year they had taken the evocative Our Day Will Come to the top of the US pop chart, earning them a gold disc. Over the next 12 months the group enjoyed a further six hits including the original version of Hey There Lonely Boy which, with a change of gender, was later revived by Eddie Holman. After three years at Kapp, the group signed to the ABC Records label. In 1965 Does He Really Care For Me, the Romantics...