The Capris are famous for "There's A Moon Out Tonight" (1961) and "Morse Code of Love" (1982). They are one of the few remaining original doo-wop groups from the 1950s-early 1960s that have continued performing over the years in the same style, some even to the present day. Although the Capris have had many personnel changes, two of the original founding members, Nick Santo and Frank Reina, still remain active within the group.
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