The Rooftop Singers only had one hit, “Walk Right In,” but it was a monster, a #1 pop smash and the biggest hit their label, Vanguard, ever had. They created a new genre, jazz folk, but never found a faithful following after their hit faded. They made three fine albums before they broke up in 1967.
Erik Darling had been a successful folk musician since the 50s as a member of The Tarriers and The Weavers. He was also a favorite sideman appearing on dozens of albums playing guitar and banjo to back up Ed McCurdy, Ramblin' Jack Elliot, Judy Collins, The... Read More
Folk, Traditional Folk
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