The Gaylords (American vocal group)
- For the street gang, see Gaylords.
The Gaylords were an American singing trio, consisting of Ronald L. Fredianelli (who changed his name for performances to Ronnie Gaylord, taken from the group name), Bonaldo Bonaldi (who also, in 1976, changed his name to Burt Holiday, at which time the group became Gaylord and Holiday), and Don Rea (who had left the group by the time it became Gaylord & Holiday).
In the 1950s the group had a number of Italian-flavored hits on the charts, often consisting of a song partly sung in Italian and partly in English. Their most successful release was "Tell Me You're Mine," which had sold over one million copies by 1958. The song was written in 1939 and originally entitled "Per un bacio d'amor". "Tell Me You're Mine" reached #3 in the US chart.
As Gaylord and Holiday, the two remaining members of the group continued to perform until 2003.
- "From the Vine Came the Grape" (1954, also a hit for The Hilltoppers)
- "Isle of Capri" (1954)
- "Little Shoemaker" (1954)
- "O'Sullivan All Night" (1953: Covered in 1986 by Peter Reveen)
- "Ramona" (1953)
- "The Strings of My Heart" (1954)
- "Tell Me You're Mine" (1953: the first of the Gaylords' hits)
- "Who's Gonna Take You to the Prom" (1956)
- "Chow mein"