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Tom Hanks' Father: If you were alive inand old enough to enjoy Rock and Roll, you will probably remember the group, "The Diamonds" who had just launched their super hit "Little Darlin' ". For you that are too young to remember - it was a time when the performers were happy, enjoying themselves, respecting their fans, dressed appropriately and their lyrics could be understood. They did not feel obligated to scream, eat the microphone, mumble inaudible lyrics or trash the set.

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They did not feel obligated to scream, eat the microphone, mumble inaudible lyrics or trash the set.

We'd understand the confusion if the actor and the singer shared a surname.

It was then that Bob Duncan formed his version of the Diamonds, Glen Stetson continued The Diamonds that evolved from the original group in the s, and Gary Owens formed one as well. In the linked videos Tom Hank's father is the lead singer on the left. He still has it!

The album, entitled The Diamonds Meet Pete Rugolo, allowed them to return to their roots and do some established standards. At one time, there were at least two groups performing under The Diamonds name, the other principally being led by John Felten until his death on May 17,in a plane crash. He sings, plays saxophone habks flute, and does most of the vocal arranging for the group.

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Subject: Tom Hanks' Father Somerville died on July 14,in Santa Barbara, California. Numerous sources, including arts, music and recreation website ThoughtCo, say​. Of course there is no real diamondds. They also appeared on American Bandstand. Joe Derise — Vocalist and composer ed in Watch the first one, then the new one 47 years later.

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Jerry Honeycutt - was with John Felten during the mids, right up until Felten's death. The group's first performance was in the basement of St.

Mike Douglas remained with the group as the only original member who recorded for Mercury in the s and early s. The right to the use of the name "The Diamonds" was awarded to Gary Owens a member of Felten's group with the original members being allowed to diamondd their name on special occasions each year. The audience's reaction to the Somerville-led group was so positive that they decided that night they would turn dia,onds.

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Will have to check his stuff from now on. Stetson received a heart transplant inand died in For you that are too young to remember - it was a time when the performers were happy, enjoying themselves, respecting their fans, dressed appropriately and their lyrics could be understood.

The historical continuation that began in ended with Stetson's death. For you who are too young to remember - it was a time when the performers were happy, enjoying themselves, respecting their fans, dressed appropriately and their lyrics could be understood.

Tom Hanks' Father: If you were alive inand old enough to enjoy Rock and Roll, you will probably remember the group, "The Diamonds" who had just yom their super hit "Little Darlin' ". The Diamonds are on the Live On Stage roster for a national community concert tour. They were good. That left two Diamonds groups.

This link le to both performances. Randle was impressed with The Diamonds and introduced them to a producer at Mercury Records who ed the group to a recording contract.

InThe Diamonds had a hit with "Little Darlin. Bob Duncan, tenor, began singing with John Felten in He still has it and in the version, you can see the resemblance between father and son! Mar 27, Hope you enjoy. This group continued doamonds the untimely death of John Felten, which happened inwhile performing at John Ascuaga's Nugget Casino in Sparks, Nevada.

After Dave Somerville left the group in to pursue a folk singing career as "David Troy", he was replaced by Jim Malone. They did not feel obligated to scream, eat the microphone, mumble inaudible lyrics or trash the set. Stetson's group that historically had been going since the inception of the group and Duncan's group that evolved from John Felten's group from the s.

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little darlin' - the original diamonds lead singer tom hank's dad 50s Music, Music music video, sung by The Diamonds, and I really love it:) This song has. They decided to form a stand-up quartet called The Diamonds. The Diamonds continued to perform until Stetson's death. American actor Tom Hanks' father was once the lead singer of The Diamonds.

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Original member Kowalski died on August 8,from heart diseaseat the age of Thomas Aquinas Tmo in Toronto singing in a Christmas minstrel show. I got that from a usually reliable source.

Tom Hanks father is much better looking than Tom, and even better looking with age. There were no more hit records by The Diamonds after Somerville left. Stetson had ed the Diamonds around as the lead singer. Watch the first one then scroll down for the new one 47 years later.

Was tom hanks’ father the lead singer of the diamonds?

But I believe the second performance was even better than the first one. Professional musician Nat Goodman became their manager. At this point there were several Diamonds groups popping up across the USA. The Diamonds continue to tour to this day with the line-up of Gary Owens baritoneAdam David Marino tenorMichael Lawrence lead and Jeff Dolan bassalthough none of the members are from the original group which had records on Mercury Records. Derise eventually died and Mike Douglas one of the original singers from the group's Mercury days died in the summer of It needs to be understood that the group that evolved when Somerville left The Diamonds in and Mike Douglas continued the group is the same group that Stetson kept going until his death in Jul 3, - One of the awesomest (is that a word?) songs from the late '50s, played from the original 45 RPM single record.