An intriguing vocal group from NORTH PARK, the Cascades sang within a light, pop-oriented design, but managed a high Ten R&B strike in 1963, “Tempo of the Rainfall” on Valiant. It had been compiled by guitarist/business lead vocalist John Gummoe, who became a member of fellow vocalists Eddie Snyder, David Stevens, David Wilson, and David Zabo. In addition they became a significant attraction in Britain and Australia. They implemented “Rhythm from the Rainfall” with “Timid Young lady” and “Last Leaf,” but neither duplicated their previous achievement. “My First Time By itself” flopped, as well as the group shifted to RCA. However they under no circumstances again scored popular, despite documenting for Charter, Liberty, Arwin, Smash, Probe, UNI, London, and will Base. They continuing before early ’70s.
|1||Members have included John Gummoe, Eddie Snyder, David Szabo, David Stevens, David Wilson, Gabe Lapano, Tony Grasso.|
|2||1960s pop group.|
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