Moments To Remember CD (2007)
Handover: Limited songs Started in 1957, five Brooklyn boys 15 to 17 years old formed a group called The Clusters. The original group consisted of, Charlie Scardina (lead), Tommy Mordente (first tenor), Donnie Milo (second tenor), Henrey Ferro (baritone) and Joe Gugliotta (bass).
In April of 1958 The Clusters recorded "Darling Can't You Tell" and "Pardon My Heart" written by Oliver Hall & K. Martin. The record became a New York hit and rose to #10 on the Billboard charts. The Clusters performed at the Brooklyn Paramount Theater, Alan Freeds Big Beat TV show and Paul Shermans TVShow
The "new" Clusters were reformed in 2003. featuring original bass singer Joe Gugliotta. Singing the hits of the 50's 60's & 70's, The Clusters have performed with the Legendary Dubs, Johnny Maestro, Earl Lewis and the Channels and many other great artists.
Whether singing with their professional audio tracks, or pure acappella, The Clusters will bring a touch of class to your next Rock & Roll show, party ...