The Charioteers were a hugely popular pop/gospel vocal group led by tenor Wilfred "Billy" Williams that became famous during the 1940s. Their best known songs include the romantic "Don't Forget Tonight Tomorrow" (1945, with Frank Sinatra) and their mostly-spoken smash rendition of the novelty standard, "Open The Door, Richard" (1947).
Best known songs (with years) include:
Pop charts debut year: 1940
Years active: 1930-1957
Genres: Gospel, traditional pop
Labels: Decca, Vocalion, V-Disc, Vocalion, Brunswick, Columbia
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