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The Four Preps

The Four Preps
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United States
Comments
Formed in Hollywood, California, where the four original members met in high school in the 1950s. They were a popular pop group in the 1950s and 1960s, appearing on television and in films.
Members
Glen Larson
Bruce Belland
Ed Cobb
David Troy (Under the name David Sommerville)

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Covers by The Four Preps

Title Performer Release date Originally by
October 1963 Bob Gibson
August 1959 Sunny Gale
August 1959 The Everly Brothers
1958 Emilio De Marchi, Al Jolson
January 1961 Orchester Ricardo Santos, (unknown)
1964 Patrick et son orchestre de danse
October 1963 [Unknown]
October 1963 Billy Grammer
1958 The Rover Boys featuring Billy Albert - Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Don Costa
October 1963 The New Christy Minstrels
1958 Larry Clinton and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Bea Wain
July 1959 Webb Pierce
August 1959 Frank Sinatra
August 1959 (unknown), Dick Powell
October 1963 Claramae Turner
August 1959 Cab Calloway & His Orchestra
October 1963 Leon Payne
1958 (unknown)
1958 Lew Stone and His Band - Vocal Chorus by Nat Gonella
December 2, 1957 The Buffalo Bills
1958 (unknown), Harry Belafonte
1964 Jack Jones
August 1959 Ricky Nelson
October 1963 Jean Renard, Brenda Lee
1964 Dick Haymes
1958 Majestic Dance Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Helen Rowland
1958 Mindy Carson with Ray Conniff's Orchestra & The Columbians
May 1961 (unknown), The Carter Family, G.B. Grayson & Henry Whitter, Dion and The Belmonts, The Fleetwoods, Hollywood Argyles, Tamara, Bruce Low, The Kingston Trio
1964 Joni James and The Jack Halloran Choir - Orchestra conducted by Lew Douglas
1964 Ralph Marterie and His Orchestra, Nat "King" Cole
1964 Paul Anka
1964 João Gilberto, Tony Bennett
January 1959 Judy Valentine - Orch. under the dir. of Bill Leavitt
August 1959 Tamara
August 1959 Elton Britt
August 1959 Jerry Gray and His Orchestra
October 1963 The Tymes
October 1963 Kyu Sakamoto
May 1961 Fisk University Jubilee Quartet, Golden Gate Quartet
May 1961 Jimmie Rodgers [US2]
October 1963 Johnnie Spence and His Orchestra, Richard Chamberlain
1964 Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra
1958 Frank Sinatra
October 1963 Mills Brothers
1958 Dorothy Squires with Orchestra directed by Billy Reid
May 1964 Bobby Bare
1958 Dave Gardner
1964 Sonny Land Trio
May 1961 David Daniels and Gloria Marlowe