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Johnny Maestro (1939–2010)

Manhattan (Lower East Side) native Johnny Maestro (born John Mastrangelo) has the distinction of being in three top-selling vocal groups dating back to the early days of rock-and-roll: The Del-Satins and The Crests in the 1950s and The Brooklyn Bridge in the 1960s and 1970s. He was the lead singer in The Crests, formed in 1956. That group, renowned... See full bio »

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 1979 Hair
Black Boys (as John Maestro)
 1972 The Daredevil
Brooklyn Bridge Leader
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 1972 The Daredevil (music producer)
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 1979 Hair (performer: "Black Boys")
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 2005 Doo Wop Cavalcade: The Definitive Anthology (TV Movie)
Himself - Host
 1999 Doo Wop 50 (TV Movie documentary)
Himself
 1991 Sweet Talkin' Guys (TV Movie documentary)
Himself
 1975 20 Years of Rock & Roll (TV Movie documentary)
Himself (lead, Brooklyn Bridge)
 1970 It's Your Thing (Documentary)
Himself
 1959-1961 New American Bandstand 1965 (TV Series)
Himself / Himself, as 'The Crests'
- Episode #4.165 (1961) ... Himself
- Episode #4.164 (1961) ... Himself
- Episode #3.203 (1960) ... Himself, as 'The Crests'
- Episode #2.177 (1959) ... Himself, as 'The Crests'
 1958-1960 The Dick Clark Show (TV Series)
Himself, as ' The Crests' / Himself as 'The Crests / Himself, as The 'Crests' / ...
- Episode #3.46 (1960) ... Himself as 'The Crests
- Episode #3.40 (1960) ... Himself, as The 'Crests'
- Episode #3.27 (1960) ... Himself, as ' The Crests'
- Episode #3.28 (1960) ... Himself, as ' The Crests'
- Episode #3.8 (1959) ... Himself as ' The Crests'
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 2011 My Music: Rock, Pop & Doo Wop (TV Movie)
Himself (as The Crests)
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Other Works:

CD: "The Best of Johnny Maestro: 1958-1985" See more »

Alternate Names:

The Crests | John Maestro
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Trivia:

After "The Worst That Could Happen", Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge had three mid-chart hits: "Welcome Me Love", "Blessed Is The Rain", and the controversial "Your Husband, My Wife". See more »

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