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ARTIST PROFILE

Founded in 1986 in the Silverlake district of Los Angeles, The Mighty Echoes are one of the country’s most accomplished vocal groups. They have appeared on many TV shows including “Who’s The Boss?” “Murphy Brown”, “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”, and “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody” and were featured in the movie “Wilder Napalm” with Debra Winger and Dennis Quaid. On stage they
have performed with such luminaries as Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Chuck Berry and Chubby Checker. Their first Album, A Cappella Doo Wop, was released in 1992 and their latest, Doo Wop Around The Christmas Tree, was released on Brooklyn International Records in 2006. The Echoes have become a staple of performing arts centers around the US, including the prestigious Capenter Center in Long Beach California.

DISCOGRAPHY
2006 Doo Wop Around The Christmas Tree (Brooklyn International Records)
2006 The Mighty Echoes (Compilation, Collectables Records)
2006 A Cappella Cool (My-T Records)
2002 Doo Wop ‘Til You Drop (Brooklyn International Records)
2001 New Prohibition (Various Artists, Viper Records)
1999 The Doo Wop Box, Volume 3 (Various Artists, Rhino Records)
1995 Love From Echo Park (ME Records)
1992 A Cappella Doo Wop (ME Records)

HIGHLIGHTS
• Guest starred as Danny DeVito’s singing high school gang on the hit show “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”
• Featured guest stars on the hit Disney show “ The Suite Life of Zack and Cody”
• In his definitive reference book “American Singing Groups” author Jay Warner called the Mighty Echoes “the West Coast equivalent of the best East Coast a cappella groups of the last twenty years.” – 2006
• Won best Doo Wop Recording and the People’s Choice award for most popular Doo Wop group at the 2002 CASA Awards
• Toured Africa in 2000
• Co-starred with Debra Winger and Dennis Quaid and sang the end title credits on camera in the feature film “Wilder Napalm”
• Sang for President Bill Clinton at Little Rock’s Memorial Stadium with Bob Hope and Marie Osmond.
• Featured in Tony Orlando’s stage musical “Jukebox Dreams”
• Had a recurring role as Tony Danza’s high school Doo Wop group The Dreamtones on his hit sitcom “Who’s The Boss”
• Featured on the hit shows “Family Matters”, “Murphy Brown”, “Into The Night”, “Brooklyn Bridge” and “Frank’s Place”
• Entertained at MTV’s Super Bowl Party
• Performed at Universal Amphitheatre’s Classic Doo Wop Show with The Marcels, The Diamonds, Gene Chandler, The Coasters and more
• Baritone Harvey Shield wrote the world wide hit “The Way I Feel Tonight” for The Bay City Rollers 1977
• Tenor Jon Rubin had the 1977 top forty hit “I Think We’re Alone Now” with his other group The Rubinoos

CLIENTS INCLUDE:
Walt Disney
Nissan
Dr. Pepper
Sony
Mitsubishi
AT&T
Crystal Cruises
Holland America
Executive Women International

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