The Charts


The Charts were a doo-wop group from Harlem, NY consisting of Stephen Brown (first tenor), Glenmore Jackson (second tenor), Leroy Binns (baritone), Ross Buford (bass), and lead singer Joe Grier that became famous during the late 1950s. They are best known for the romantic doo-wop ballad, "Deserie" (1957).

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Deserie (1957)

Pop charts debut year: 1957

Years active: 1956-1958

Genres: Doo-wop, R&B

Labels: Everlast


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