The 1950's kept Pat Boone on the charts, like this one from 1958: Wonderful Time Up There.
One of the most successful duo’s on the music scene in the 1950’s and 1960’s, were the Everly Brothers. They proved it again in 1960 with Cathy’s Clown. The Everly Brothers
From Seattle in the US, The Brothers Four (were not actual brothers) started out in 1957, and still performing today. The Brothers only major hit was the #1 recording Greenfields in 1960.
Stonewall Jackson a country entertainer from the US. From 1958 to 1973 Jackson had a good number of hits. He is still entertaining today at the age of 87. The 1959 hit Waterloo reached #1 for him.
Billy Grammar was a country music singer. One of the songs that most remember is the 1959 hit Gotta Travel On.
In 1972 Neil Diamond’s recording of Play Me, reached #3. One of his most successful albums, was Neil Diamond, Hot August Nights.
The four Mills Brothers with unreal harmony, had many hits. One hit was Til Then in 1945.
An American family group of 5, The Osmonds were active 1970 - 1980. They had better success with their albums, than singles. One Bad Apple reached #1 in 1970 on the U.S. & Canadian charts.
Goodman was an American jazz clarinetist and bandleader. Benny was also known as the “King of Swing”. I few people around my age , want to hear some cuts from the big band era. Not many of us left to remember them. Well, here’s Benny Goodman’s Jersey Bounce from 1945.
From the Bronx in New York City, this pop star was very popular in the 1970’s. She still is performing today. Melissa Manchester had many songs hit the top 100, and one was Midnight Blue in 1975.