Additional photos of the Bob Shoo Bops.
First poster is a concert at the New Jersey State Fair with Chubby Checker, Jimmy Clanton, The Dovells
and The Flamingos.
The second poster is one of 2 times we were on the billing in
1975 with the Brooklyn Bridge featuring Johnny Maestro in Rochelle Park NJ.
The third poster
is when we were on the billing with Freddie Parris and Five Satins in Easton, PA.
picture is is when Murray the K ( second from right wearing glasses ) was the Emcee at Belleville High
School introducing the Bob Shoo Bops.
The fifth picture is when the Bob Shoo Bops performed
at the famous BITTER END in New York City and dressed as women and sang The Leader of the Pack with Johnny Jackson on Lead
vocal and Mark Mulrhine on the little toy tricycle which was always a crowd pleaser.
The sixth photo
is when we performed at the famous BITTER END in New York City. The photo on the left is when we sang the Beach
Boys medley and the photo on the right was our Greaser set. In the center of the photo are of famous acts like the Everly
Brothers and Neil Young who also sang at the Bitter End.
The seventh photo is a promotion poster
featuring quotes from write ups about several concerts. I invited writer John S. Wilson of the New York Times who
gave the Bob Shoo Bops a fantastic front page review on the New Jersey section of the New York Times. Other write
ups were from Middletown High School, Rider College and a poster when we sang at Belleville High
School in Monclair New Jersey with MC Murray the K.
The seventh photo is when I dressed
in a Little Rascals outfit when we sang a medley of songs by the Young Rascals. I sang "I've Been Lonely Too
Long". Other Rascals songs we sang were "Good Lovin" and "People Got To Be Free"
The eighth photo is when I sang Blue Moon when we sang our Greaser Set. From L to R, Fred Campbell,
Johnny Jackson and Bob Bradbury. Other singers not in photo.
The nineth poster is when we performed
at the world famous INFERNO in Orlando, FL. The nightclub was so large that they had several classic cars that you could actually
watch our shows inside a 1957 Chevy and be served your food and drinks.
tenth poster is when we performed at the Carlton Theater sponsored by the Monmouth Arts Center (later to be renamed the
Count BasieTheater in 1984) on January 17 & 18, 1975 with Tommy James and the Shondells, Jackie Wilson and Johnny
Maestro and the Brooklyn Bridge and the Crystals.
The eleventh photo is when the
Bob Shoo Bops performed at The Main Point in Bryn Mawr, PA. on October 25th and Bruce Springsteen performed on October
30 & 31.
The twelveth photo is from 1972 when (L to R) Steve Scheier on tenor harmony, Fred
Campbell on lead and Gerry Treacy on baritone sang Daddy's Home a ccapella at Hogan's Restaurant in Lawrenceville
New Jersey. The Bob Shoo Bops sang at Hogan's every Sunday night in the summer of 1972 and added more musicians in 1973. Gerry
Traecy was responsible for inviting me to audition as a singer in the Bob Shoo Bops after we met in 1971 at a guitar-singer
workshop at Rider College.
Bob Shoo Bops recorded Play Those Oldies
Mr. DJ with Gary DeLena on lead vocal in 1975 on Cenpro Records.
Bob Shoo Bops recorded
I'm On The Outside Looking In with Johnny Jackson on lead vocal in 1975 on Cenpro Records.