The Duprees - Songs


The Duprees are a veteran doo-wop group with a long history and many personnel changes over the years that became famous during the early 1960s. Their best known songs, mostly remakes of older pop hits from ca. early 1950s and earlier, include such lush romantic ballads as "You Belong To Me" (1962), "My Own True Love" (1962), "Why Don't You Believe Me" (1963), and "Have You Heard" (1963).

Formed in the early 1960s in Jersey City, New Jersey at William L. Dickinson High School, the original lineup consisted of Michael Arnone, Thomas Bialoglow, John Salvato, Joseph Santolo, and lead singer Joseph ("Joey Vann") Canzano. The Duprees have continued to perform actively over the years and currently exist as a trio with all new members.


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