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    Bailey’s version of the Clovers recorded a few singles for the Winley label, while Lucas recorded as Tippie and the Clovers and Tippie and the Clovermen for Tiger and Stenton, During the late 1960s, Lucas reclaimed the Clovers name on singles issued by Port and Josie records. Since then, many different lineups of the Clovers (usually featuring only one original member) have toured as part of ...

  2. The Clovers formed at Armstrong Vocational High School in 1946, and became the most successful vocal group to hail from DC in the 1950's hands down. After a series of name changes and personnel rotations, the group solidified in 1950 with John 'Buddy' Bailey (lead tenor), Matthew McQuater (tenor), Harold Lucas (baritone), and Harold Winley (bass).

  3. When this failed to take off, the group just sort of drifted apart. Matthew McQuater left show business completely, becoming a Dallas businessman. Buddy Bailey and Harold Winley had gotten day jobs, since the group would only have a gig every couple of months. Says Winley, "It was the first job I'd ever had." Unca Marvy's Home Page The Clovers ...

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  5. A performance with a lot of CLASS. Their smooth harmony had the audience oohing and aahing with each song. And at the end of their performance they received ...

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  6. A fantastic night going down memory lane at The Count Bassie Theater in Red Bank, New Jersey. Hosted by the Great Cool Bobby B., bringing onto the stage such...

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  7. 7. Sept. 2007 · This promotional video for bluesman Bill Harris was produced shortly before his death in 1988 at the age of 63. Bill Harris was a classical guitar virtuoso a...

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