The Cuff Links - Songs


The Cuff Links were a Staten Island, New York-based studio bubblegum act created by overdubbing the voice of Ron Dante (of The Archies and The Detergents) who provided both lead and background vocals. The Cuff Links' best known songs include the Paul Vance/Lee Pockriss-penned "Tracy" (1969) and "When Julie Comes Around" (1969). "Tracy" topped the Canadian charts, became a Top 10 hit in the U.S. and many other countries worldwide, and soon after went gold.

While the first Cuff Links album (titled "Tracy") was being recorded in its entirety by Dante, Vance and Pockriss formed a touring band consisting of Joe Cord (vocals), Andrew "Junior" Denno (bass), Rich Dimino (keyboards), Bob Gill (trumpet/flugelhorn/flute), Dave Lavender (guitar), Pat Rizzo (saxophone), and Danny Valentine (drums). Dante did not tour or further record with the group, having accepted a solo recording contract. The Cuff Links continued to perform and record through around the early 1970s under various incarnations before finally disbanding.

See our interview with Ron Dante for more info about his work on The Cuff Links and other projects.



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