Produced in 1986 in South Florida by singer Frank Iovino to transport over the tradition from the harmony vocal sets of the 1950s and 1960s, the Five Boroughs contains many transplanted New Yorkers, a lot of whom had been longtime veterans from the doo wop circuit. The very first public group lineup included Iovino, Charlie Notabartolo (previously from the Casual-Aires), Bruce Goldie (the Dreamers), Dave Strum (the Excellents), and Geno Radicello (the Bowery Children). This device documented an EP for Telemedia Information in 1986, significant for getting synthesizers and drum devices in to the doo wop formula, then implemented up with two a cappella monitors, “Sunday Sort of Like” and “A MUSLIM Precious Like/For Your Like,” for Avenue D Information in 1987, along with a third, a cover from the Cleftones’ “Find You Next Calendar year,” in 1988. The group was agreed upon to Classic Performers Information in 1990, and quickly released two singles, “Aside” along with a version from the Flamingos’ “A Kiss from your own Lip area,” before launching a full-length record over the label, Count number Every Superstar, in 1991. The Five Boroughs’ second record, Heart’s Desire, was released by Starlight Information in 2000. The group’s latest lineup is continuing to grow to seven associates, with Steve Ward, Johnny Sorrentino, and Jimmy DellaRosa signing up for original associates Iovino, Strum, Goldie, and Notabartolo. A favorite live work, the group performs using its personal music group, the Five Boroughs Music group, with Vic Giardino on acoustic guitar, Tim Myer on bass, Joe Costadura on drums, Earl Catron on sax, and Wayne Muscarella on keyboards. A brief history of their documented function, Doo Wop Beneath the Palms, premiered by Collectables in 2005.