The Ramblers (Of "Father Sebastian" Fame)


The Ramblers were a pop duo formed in New York City consisting of John Herbert and Sal Nastasi that had one hit, "Father Sebastian." Written by Keith Colley and Nancy Mantz, this song is about a guy asking a priest for advice about girls.

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Father Sebastian (1964)

Pop charts debut year: 1964

Years active: ca. 1964

Genres: Pop

Labels: Almont


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