Doo wop group the Velvetones formed in Newark, NJ, in 1943. Based on the content on Marv Goldberg’s R&B Notebooks internet site (http://home.att.net/~marvy42/marvart.html), the original Velvetones were tenor business lead Madison Flanagan, second tenor and bassist Walter Dawkins, baritone and guitarist Sam Rucker, and pianist/arranger Enoch Martin, plus they spent their formative years touring the Midwest, using a 12-week engagement in Newark’s Piccadilly Membership in mid-1945 supporting land a cope with the Coronet label. The Velvetones’ initial three singles — “1 DAY,” “Special Lorraine,” and “Golf swing Out, It Don’t Cost Nothin'” — made an appearance concurrently on Coronet in March of 1946, implemented later that calendar year by “Don’t State You’re Sorry Once again” and “Performing River.” After changing Dawkins with bassist Pop Willie, the Velvetones agreed upon to the Chicago-based Sonora label to concern “Pittsburgh Joe” and “It Simply Ain’t Best,” respectively their 6th and seventh singles of the entire year 1946. Nevertheless, it took almost a calendar year for the follow-ups, the concurrently released “Talk to Anyone Who Has learned” and “Don’t Bring Me No Information.” After fully exchanging guitarist John Parks for Rucker and bassist Muzzy George for Pop Willie, the Velvetones documented “Roberta, Escape That Bed,” released over the Super Disk label in Apr of 1948; 90 days afterwards, the group resurfaced with “It’s Great,” released on AFRS Jubilee and documented for MILITARY Radio. After one last one, the 1949 Manor discharge “Great Like Wines” — acknowledged towards the Velveteers — they dissolved.