The Solitaires has over 25186 followers across Spotify, LastFM, YouTube Music and Deezer. Currently we track 4 digital music and social platforms for The Solitaires. When AVR-Music Stats last calculated the current growth of The Solitaires's social media following, it was roughly 9 followers per day. We collect data on 10,000’s of rappers, singers, musicians, producers, bands & DJs from around the world across multiple genres including edm, rock, hip hop, grime, pop, jazz, folk and many more. Found something missing? You can add data for The Solitaires here.
The Solitaires's Music Bio
The Solitaires are a doo wop group, best remembered for their 1957 hit "Walking Along".
Formed in Harlem in 1953, the band consisted of Herman Curtis, Buzzy Willis and Pat Gaston (who had previously ben together in another group, The Crows), and Monte Owens, Bobby Baylor and Bobby Williams (formerly of The Mello-Moods). They were quickly signed to the Old Town music label, from which they issued a series of singles. These included "Wonder Why", "Blue Valentine" Read more on Last.fm
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