The Aquatones


The Aquatones were a male-female doo-wop quartet from New York consisting of David Goddard, Gene McCarthy, Larry Vannata, and the operatically trained Lynne Nixon who served as lead singer while still in her late teens. They are best known for the Vannata-penned romantic ballad, "You" (1958), a Top 20 R&B hit that also made the Pop/Rock Top 40. The Aquatones reformed in 1998 with a new lead singer, Colette Delaney.

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • You (1958)

Pop charts debut year: 1958

Years active: 1956-1964, 1998-present

Genres: Doo-wop, R&B, rock & roll

Labels: Fargo


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