The Ink Spots

By J Poet

 

Ink Spots were a vocal quartet from Indianapolis, Illinois made up of long time profession singers and guitarists. They spent many years struggling in obscurity, but when they broke big with their first Decca hit “If I Didn’t Care”, they went on to become one of the top acts in the country. They were one of the first black vocal groups to have a large white audience and their smooth vocal harmonies laid the foundation for the do-wop and rock’n’roll vocal groups who followed. The Drifters, Coasters, Penguins, Temptations, and Platters all borrowed... Read More

Genre:
Easy Listening, Pop Vocal, Oldies
City Of Origin:
Indianapolis, ,Indiana United States
Formed Date:
1933
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