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Yesterday’s News

Shaped in the Bronx, NY, USA, in 1979, a cappella group Yesterday’s Information originally comprised Tony Delvecchio (lead and first tenor), Vinnie Gallo (lead and second tenor), Charlie Valentine (baritone), Vito Ferrante (second tenor) and Dennis Elber (lead and bass). Both Valentine and Ferrante had been then quickly changed by Vic Spina and Charlie Rocco, who both sang business lead. With a shared appreciate of 50s and 60s doo-wop and tranquility, they go about rehearsing a couple of period specifications. Like many rings of their own time devoted to a youthful pantheon of vocal groupings and performers, the group discovered a sympathetic house at United in Group Tranquility Association Information in 1979. Their debut found its way to the proper execution of ‘The Mickey Mouse Chant’, before displays assisting the Skyliners, Chantels and Flamingos at New York’s Beacon Theatre. They also backed seasoned doo-wop performers in the lack of their original rings – engagements that included collaborations with Earl Carroll (Cadillacs), Eugene Pitt (Jive Five), Lenny Cocco (Chimes) and Emil Stucchio (Classics).

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