Danny & the Juniors are an American doo-wop and rock and roll vocal group from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania originally consisting of Danny Rapp, Dave White, Frank Maffei and Joe Terranova. Formed in 1955, they are most widely recognized for their 1957 hit single "At the Hop". Danny Rapp (lead), Frank Maffei (2nd tenor), Joe Terranova (baritone) (aka Joe Terry), and Dave White Tricker (1st tenor) (aka Dave White) met at John Bartram High School and started singing together in the mid 1950s
At the Hop - Sometimes (When I'm All Alone) - Danny & the Juniors. Danny and The Juniors - At The Hop (1958) 2:34. Danny & The Juniors.
Danny the Juniors shot straight to the top of the charts in early 1958 with their biggest hit ever, the gold-selling At the Hop (penned by the songwriting team of Dave White and John Madara), though they reached the charts again with eight more singles through 1963, notably the Top 40 charters Rock and Roll Is Here to Stay, Dottie, and Twistin' .
At the Hop", "Sometimes (When I'm All Alone)". 1. ABC-Paramount 9871. Rock And Roll Is Here To Stay", "School Boy Romance". Official Danny & The Juniors Site. Danny and The Juniors' Vocal Group Hall of Fame Page. Covent Garden Radio London.
This album was released on the label ABC-Paramount (catalog number 45-9871). This album was released in 1957-11-00 year. Watch now Danny & The Juniors's video clip of album "At The Hop, Sometimes (When I'm All Alone)".
Danny & The Juniors. The Complete Singles. Danny and the Juniors. At the Hop, Sometimes (When I’m All Alone). Rock and Roll Is Here to Stay, School Boy Romance. At the Hop.