A Cincinnati vocal group, the Charms landed a number-one R&B strike for almost 10 weeks in 1954 with “Hearts of Rock,” a track that remains being among the most enduring doo wop anthems. Otis Williams, Richard Parker, Donald Maximum, Joe Penn, and Rolland Bradley 1st documented for Rockin’ in 1953, but do “Hearts of Rock” for Deluxe another year. That they had several other strikes, included in this “Ling, Ting, Tong,” “Two Hearts,” “Ivory Tower,” and “United,” which made the very best Ten around the R&B graphs between 1955 and 1957. Their tunes were released as Otis Williams & His Charms in 1956 and 1957. Williams later on tried his hands at country.
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