A close-harmony vocal quartet with couple of equals through the ’50s, the Ames Brothers strike number 1 in 1950 with “Sentimental Me personally,” and found out their biggest strike three years later on with “You, You, You.” Though these were indeed a family group group, the Ames Brothers’ surname was in fact Urick. Joe, Gene, Vic and Ed had been all given birth to within four brief years of every additional in Malden, Massachusetts. After earning a few skill contests within their hometown, the group relocated to Boston and started carrying out in nightclubs. They quickly made the jump to NY and even LA, and authorized to the Coral label in past due 1958. Following a few moderate strikes, the Ames Brothers strike big in early 1950 having a double-sided number 1 strike, “Rag Mop”/”Sentimental Me.” The B-side ultimately triumphed over its turn, as well as the group strike again later on in 1951 with “Undecided.” The largest strike from the Ames Brothers’ profession was 1953’s “You You You,” and their continuing achievement during 1954 with “The Naughty Woman of Shady Property” bore fruits by means of their own tv program. Although quartet continuing to record through the entire ’50s, the dawn from the rock and roll era definitely broken their profession; the group handled two TOP strikes in 1957 (“Tammy,” “Melodie d’Amour”), but folded in 1959. Ed, the youngest Ames sibling, continued a carrying out profession and made an appearance as an Indian called Mingo around the Daniel Boone Television series before striking the very best Ten like a solo take action with 1967’s “My Glass Runneth Over.” He also made an appearance on Broadway.
|1||Inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 1998.|
|2||The group members were Ed Ames, Gene Ames, Joe Ames, Vic Ames.|
|Dancing with the Stars||2011||TV Series 1 episode|
|Mafia II||2010||Video Game performer: "MY BONNIE LASSIE"|
|The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio||2005||performer: "Rag Mop" 1940|
|Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot||1992||performer: "Undecided"|
|Mischief||1985||performer: "It Only Hurts for a Little While"|
|Mondo Trasho||1969||performer: "It Only Hurts For a Little While"|
|The Law||1959||performer: "WHERE THE HOT WIND BLOWS"|
|Mike Hammer||1958||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|State Trooper||1957||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Tammy and the Bachelor||1957||performer: "Tammy"|
|The Revolt of Mamie Stover||1956||performer: "If You Wanna See Mamie Tonight"|
|Forever, Darling||1956||performer: "Forever, Darling"|
|Mike Hammer||1958||TV Series||Singing Group|
|State Trooper||1957||TV Series||Singing Group|
|The Ed Sullivan Show||1950-1961||TV Series||Themselves / Singers / Himself - Basketball Players / ...|
|The Big Party||1959||TV Series||Themselves|
|The Patti Page Oldsmobile Show||1958||TV Series||Themselves|
|The Eddie Fisher Show||1958||TV Series||Themselves|
|The Pat Boone-Chevy Showroom||1957||TV Series||Themselves|
|The Big Record||1957||TV Series||Themselves|
|Club Oasis||1957||TV Series||Themselves|
|Songs for Sale||1952||TV Series||Themselves|
|My Music: When Irish Eyes Are Smiling||2010||TV Movie||Themselves|
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