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Doo Wops Website
To bring you the best of the 50's and 60's music by The Temptations, Smokey Robinson, Connie Francis, Etta James, Ray Charles, The Miracles, Dion and The Belmonts, The Four Seasons, Roy Orbison, Elvis Presley and many more accompanied by The Wulfe Brothers Band.
George joined the Aztecs, a group of young men from Durrett High School, in 1960. He sang with them until 1963 when he joined The Epics where he remained until 1966. In 1970 George joined the Sultans as lead singer and performed with them through their final breakup in 2007 - almost 37 years.
Hit Songs: It's You That I Love/ The Answer to My Prayer - 1962.
In 2008 George formed the group, The Doo Wop All Stars and currently, on most jobs, use the Wulfe Brothers as their back up band.
When I was a teenager, I started singing for my mother and father in their country band. Later, two of my brothers and I formed our own group, singing and playing music in the Tri-State area in Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia. When my day job brought me to the Louisville, KY area, I started singing in the local music Jamborees, which I continue to do. I've had the privilege of sharing the stage with or opening for such greats as Gene Watson, Little Texas, Crystal Gayle, Ronnie McDowell, Neal McCoy, Ernest Tubb, and Little Jimmy Dickens; just to name a few. I most recently was asked to join The Doo Wop All Stars. I am singing a lot of the songs that I remember my mother singing around the house when I was a child and I am loving every minute of it! I am looking forward to seeing where this musical journey will take me. I thank God every day for his blessings and for giving me something in my life that I enjoy so much.
John started playing drums with the Dynamics in 1962, at the age of 15.
Later, those guys formed a band called The Shadows, with Sherry Edwards, but had to change the name of the group to The Chateaus because a band in England already owned that name.
The Chateaus recorded Moaning, Shake Sherry Shake, I'm the One, Summer Has Come and Gone, Since You Have Gone, and The Bells of Rhymmey.
The band broke up shortly after John returned from the military.
In 1976, after working on the Alaskan pipeline, John and Fred Helm formed a group called Lite where he played drums and sang.
In the early 80's, John, after being retired again, was approached by George Poole and John St. Clair to sing with The Sultans, until they broke up in 2007.
George Poole, again, pulled John out of retirement and he is now singing with The Doo Wop All Stars, which he feels is the best vocal group that he has ever worked with.