The G-Clefs

Biography

This US doo-wop-styled vocal group comprised brothers Teddy, Chris, Timmy and Arnold Scott and friend Ray Gibson, all from Roxbury, Massachusetts, USA. The quintet, who began singing gospel, were spotted by Pilgrim Records’ Jack Gould and in 1956 their first release, ‘Ka-Ding-Dong’ (on which Freddy Cannon is reputed to have played guitar), reached the R&B Juke Box Top 10 and the US Top 40 pop chart. It probably would have been a bigger hit but for cover versions by two name... Read more

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rhythm and blues
rock and roll
doo wop
under 2000 listeners
rnb
oldies
50s
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