The Lettermen

By J Poet

The Lettermen, who modeled themselves on Bing Crosby’s Rhythm Boys, started singing professionally in 1958, the brainchild of Tony Butala, an old time pop singer. During the 1960s their clean-cut, collegiate good looks made them a favorite with adult listeners who were scared of by the new fangled music called rock’n’roll. Their close harmony singing and smooth arrangements were calm, cool and soothing in those tumultuous years. Their first Capital single, “The Way You Look Tonight”, went gold and during the 60s they consistently hit the charts landing 19 singles in... Read More

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