Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge

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Johnny Maestro (John Mastrangelo, 7 May 1939, Brooklyn, New York, USA) had been the lead singer of the Crests in the 50s, and his voice was behind one of the most memorable doo-wop songs ever, ‘16 Candles’, in 1958. He was also the featured vocalist on follow-up hits such as ‘The Angels Listened In’, ‘Step By Step’ and ‘Trouble In Paradise’. When Maestro left the group to go solo in 1961, his career took a downturn. In 1968 he formed a new group, Brooklyn... Read more

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