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The Esquires

Vocalist Bob Harrington, bassist Clint Hierlihy, drummer Richard Patterson and guitarists Gary Comeau and Paul Huot formed the Esquires in 1962. This Canadian music group (not really the Chicago doo wop band of the same name and period) agreed upon with Capitol Information of Canada and released “Atlantis” in 1963. Their biggest strike, “So A GREAT MANY OTHER Boys,” made an appearance in 1964 with brand-new vocalist Don Norman. Presenting the Esquires made an appearance the following season, but the music group turned to Columbia until splitting up in 1967. A 25th-anniversary reunion in 1987 highlighted Norman, Comeau, Huot, Patterson and Brian Lewicki.

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