One of the more revered white doo wop groups, the Earls began because the High Hatters. They created in 1957 on the Tecumseh Public Club within the Bronx. Business lead vocalist Larry Figueiredo transformed his name to Larry Possibility; he was became a member of by Bob Del Din, Eddie Harder, Larry Palumbo, and Jack port Wray. They began documenting for Rome in 1961. They have scored their lone strike in 1963 with “Keep in mind After that” for Aged Town. It hardly damaged the R&B Best 30 (amount 29), however they continuing until 1970, if they disbanded. The Earls provided it another try in 1975 with Possibility on board once again, this time performing with Ronnie Calabreese and Tony Olbert.
|1||Members have included Larry Chance, Robert Del Din, Eddie Harder, Larry Palumbo (d. 1959), John Wray, Hank DiScuillo, Bobby Tribuzio, Bobby Coleman, Chuck Mearizo, Mike Mone, Ronnie Calabrese, Art Loria (d. 2010), Chris Cassone, George Tuzzeo, T.J. "Butch" Barbella, Tony Parisi.|
|Company Man||2000||performer: "Remember Then" - as The Earls|
|My Music: Doo Wop Love Songs||2007||TV Movie||Themselves|
|Musik ohne Frack||1967||TV Series||Themselves - Musician|
|New American Bandstand 1965||1961||TV Series||Themselves|
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