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Encyclopedia > Vocal Group Hall of Fame

The Vocal Group Hall of Fame was organized to honor what they term "the Greatest Vocal Groups in the World". The Hall of Fame is headquartered in Sharon, Pennsylvania, United States. It includes a theater and a museum. Abba Crosby Stills & Nash Danny & The Juniors Dion & the Belmonts Dixie Hummingbirds Earth Wind & Fire Fifth Dimension Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers Gladys Knight & The Pips Hank Ballard & the Midnighters Jay & the Americans Little Anthony & the Imperials Martha & the Vandellas Peter, Paul and Mary Smokey Robinson & The Miracles Sonny Til and... Walhalla temple, Germany A hall of fame (sometimes HOF) is a type of museum established for any a field of endeavour to honour individuals of noteworthy achievement in that field. ... Sharon is a city in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, in the United States, 75 miles (121 km) northwest of Pittsburgh. ...


It was originally organized in 1998. The original administration closed it in October 2001 and a new nonprofit organization took over, reopening it in April 2002. Year 1998 (MCMXCVIII) was a common year starting on Thursday (link will display full 1998 Gregorian calendar). ... 2001 : January - February - March - April - May - June - July - August - September - October - November - December Events: October 2 - Bankruptcy of Swissair. ... 2002 : January - February - March - April - May - June - July - August - September - October - November - December A timeline of events in the news for April, 2002. ...


In November 2004, the museum moved out of its rented three-story facility and is currently in the process of relocating to the ca. 1920-built Columbia Theatre, also in Sharon, which it is renovating to serve both as its central office and as the location for its annual induction ceremony and benefit concerts. The museum is being moved to a three-story restaurant building adjacent to the theater (the restaurant portion will become a vocal group-themed bar and grill). Also planned is the opening of two museum annexes, one of which will be located in Las Vegas and the other in Wildwood, New Jersey. November 2004 : January - February - March - April - May - June - July - August - September - October - November - December See also: November 2004 in sports November 2004 in science Events Deaths in November • 30 Pierre Berton • 29 John Drew Barrymore • 26 Bill Alley • 24 Arthur Hailey • 23 Rafael Eitan • 18 Bobby Frank Cherry • 16 John... For further information, see Las Vegas metropolitan area and Las Vegas Strip. ... Map of Cape May County Panorama of the Wildwood boardwalk, facing north Wildwood is a city in Cape May County, New Jersey, United States. ...


They are currently advertising the Truth In Music Bill, announcing whenever it passes in specific states. The Truth In Music Bill was created to protect the artists from identity theft and to protect the consumer from being mislead to believe they are seeing the legendary artists that made the hit songs famous - when in fact they are not.[1]


The VGHF uses the previous year for its classes. For example, what would be the Class of 2007 for other halls of fame will be the Class of 2006 for the VGHF. It is best to think of this as the Class of 2006-07.


In spring of 2008, the VGHF will induct its classes of 2005-07 in honor of its tenth anniversary.


Voting for the class of 2007 is scheduled to begin anytime now.

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Vocal Group Hall of Fame and Museum, 82 West State Street, Sharon, PA 16146

  • Chairman/Founder: Tony Butala
  • CEO: Bob Crosby

Class of 2007[-08] nominees

1950's


The Blossoms “Good, Good Lovin’”


The Bobbettes “Mr. Lee”


The Browns “Three Bells”


The Cadets : The Jacks “Stranded In The Jungle” : “Why Don’t You Write Me”


The Cardinals “Shouldn’t I Know”


The Channels “That’s Me Desire”


The Chords “Sh-Boom”


The Cleftones “Little Girl of Mine”


The Crew Cuts “Sh-Boom”


The Crows “Gee”


The Diablos “The Wind”


The Dubs “Could This Be Magic”


The El Dorados “Tears On My Pillow”


The Elegants “Little Star"


The Five Royales “Too Much Of A Little Bit”


The Fontane Sisters “Eddie, My Love”


The Four Coins “Shangri-La”


The Four Preps “26 Miles (Santa Catalina)”


The G-Clefs “Ka Ding Dong”


The Gaylords “From The Wine Came The Grapes”


The Heartbeats “Crazy For You”


The Hollywood Flames “Buzz Buzz Buzz”


The Impalas “Sorry (I Ran All The Way Home)”


The Jesters “So Strange”


The Larks “The Jerk”


Lee Andrews & The Hearts “Teardrops”


Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs : The Gladiolas “Stay” : “Little Darlin’”


The Monotones “Book Of Love”


The Mello-Kings “Tonight,Tonight”


The Mystics “Hushabye”


The Nutmegs ‘Story Untold”


The Olympics “Western Movies”


Otis Williams & The Charms “Heart Of Stone”


The Paragones “Florence”


The Rays “Silhouettes”


The Solitaires “Wonder Why”


The Teddy Bears “To Know Him Is To Love Him”


1960's


The Brothers Four “Greenfields”


The Capris “There’s A Moon Out Tonight”


Chad Mitchell Trio “The Marvelous Toy”


The Cookies “Don’t Say Nothin’ Bad About My Baby”


The Cowsills “The Rain, The Park & Other Things”


The Dimensions “Fly Me To The Moon”


The Dixie Cups “Going To The Chape”


The Dovells “Bristol Stomp”


The Earls “Life Is But A Dream”


The Happenings “See You In September”


The Intruders “Cowboys To Girls”


The Jive Five “My True Story”


The Journeymen “500 Miles”


The Orlons "The Wah Watusi”


Randy & The Rainbows “Denise”


Ruby & The Romantics “Our Day Will Come”


Spanky & Our Gang “Sunday Will Never Be The Same”


The Vibrations “Peanut Butter”


1970's


Chairman Of The Board “Give Me Just A Little More Time”


Dawn (Featuring Tony Orlando) “Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree”


The Delfonics “La-La Means I Love You”


The Dramatics “In The Rain”


The Emotions “Best Of My Love”


Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes “My Hero”


Hues Corporation “Rock The Boat”


Kool & The Gang “Celebration”


LaBelle (Patti LaBelle & The Bluebelles) “Lady Marmalade”


The Main Ingredient “Everybody Plays The Fool”


The Manhattans “Kiss & Say Goodbye”


The Moments “Love On A Two-Way Street”


Ohio Players “Love Rollercoaster”


The Osmonds “One Bad Apple”


The Persuasions “I Really Got It Bad For You”


Sha Na Na “Yakety Yak/Jailhouse Rock Medley” / “Only One Song”


The Staple Singers “Heavy Makes You Happy (Sha-Na-Boom Boom)


The Statler Brothers “Flowers On The Wall”


Tavares “It Only Takes A Minute”


The Three Degrees “TSOP (The sound Of Philadelphia)”


1980's


Atlantic Starr “Always”


The Forester Sisters “That’s What You Do (When You’re In Love)"


The Jets “Crush On You”


The Mary Jane Girls “In My House”


New Edition “Cool It Now”


New Kids On The Block “Hangin’ Tough”


Restless Heart “When She Cries”


Sawyer Brown “Step By Step”


The Travelin’ Wilburys “End Of The Line”


The Winana “Ain’t No Need To Worry”


Duos


Chad & Jeremy “Always”


Hall & Oats “Kiss On My List”


Jan & Dean “Surf City”


Loggins & Messina “Your Mama Don’t Dance”


Peaches & Herb “Reunited”


Peter & Gordon “A World Without Love”


Seals & Croft “Summer Breeze”


Sonny & Cher “I Got You Babe”


The Turtles “Happy Together”


Class of 2006[-07]

1950's


Billy Ward and the Dominoes Compilation album cover Billy Ward and the Dominoes were one of the top American R&B groups of the 1950s, and launched the careers of both Clyde McPhatter and Jackie Wilson. ...


The Fleetwoods The Fleetwoods were a singing trio from Olympia, Washington, USA. Gary Troxel and Gretchen Christopher were two high schoolers waiting for Gretchens mother to pick them up after school to take them home. ...


The Hi-Lo's The Hi-Los were a successful a cappella quartet formed in 1953. ...


1960's


The Byrds The Byrds (formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1964) were an American rock band. ...


The Duprees The Duprees was a doo-wop group which had a series of hits during the early 1960s. ...


The Hollies “Hollies” redirects here. ...


The Lovin' Spoonful This does not cite any references or sources. ...


The Moody Blues The Moody Blues are a British rock band originally from Birmingham, England. ...


The Shangri-Las The Shangri-Las on the cover of a modern collection of their works. ...


1970's


America America is an English-American folk rock band, originally comprised of members Gerry Beckley, Dewey Bunnell, and Dan Peek. ...


Bread Bread was a 1970s rock and roll band from Los Angeles, California. ...


Queen Queen are an English rock band formed in 1970 in London by guitarist Brian May, singer Freddie Mercury and drummer Roger Taylor, with bassist John Deacon joining the following year. ...


1980's


Journey Journey is an American rock band formed in 1973 in San Francisco, California. ...


Duos


Simon & Garfunkel Bridge Over Troubled Water was Simon and Garfunkels last album; the title track was their only number one hit in the United Kingdom. ...


Pioneer Award


Haydn Quartet Although virtually forgotten today, at the start of the Twentieth Century The Haydn Quartet were undisputed kings of the Barbershop sound. ...


1940's


Deep River Boys The Deep River Boys were an American vocal group active from the mid 1930s to the mid 1950s, singing spirituals, gospel, and R&B. The group consisted of Harry Douglas (baritone), Vernon Gardner (first tenor), George Lawson (second tenor), Jimmy Lundy and Edward Ware (bass). ...


Inductees

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The Vocal Group Hall of Fame was organized to honor what they term "the Greatest Vocal Groups in the World".
The Hall of Fame is headquartered in Sharon, Pennsylvania, United States.
The museum is being moved to a three-story restaurant building adjacent to the theater (the restaurant portion will become a vocal group-themed bar and grill).
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