Lee Andrews & the Hearts
Lee Andrews & the Hearts was a doo-wop quintet from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, formed in 1953. They recorded on the Gotham, Rainbow, Mainline, Chess, United Artists, Grand and Gowen labels. Managed by Kae Williams, in 1957 and 1958 they had their three biggest hits, "Teardrops", "Long Lonely Nights" and "Try the Impossible". The group consisted of Lee Andrews (lead), Roy Calhoun (first tenor), Tammey Currey (second tenor), Ted Weems (baritone) and Wendell Calhoun (bass).
- "Long Lonely Nights" (1957) U.S. #45
- "Tear Drops" (1957) U.S. #20
- "Try the Impossible" (1958) U.S. #33
- Jay Warner, American Singing Groups: A History from 1940s to Today (Hal Leonard Corporation, 2006) pp68-69.
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