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The Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge was created in 1968 when two bands, The Rhythm Method and The Del-Satins featuring Johnny Maestro, merged. From the late 1950’s to the early 1960’s Johnny Maestro was the lead singer of The Crests, fronting such hits as “Sixteen Candles”, “Trouble In Paradise”, “Step By Step”, and others. The Del-Satins recorded hits as well, “Teardrops Follow Me” and were most respected studio background vocalists working with many artists most notably with Dion, on his solo hits including “The Wanderer” and “Runaround Sue” and many others.  The Rhythm Method was 7-piece local Long Island band popular on the local club circuit. Known for their trademarks of strong vocal and horn arrangements, The Brooklyn Bridge recorded hit after hit beginning with their first gold record for Jimmy Webb’s, “The Worst That Could Happen”. Other hits include “Welcome Me Love”, “Blessed Is The Rain”, and “Your Husband, My Wife”.  The Band’s countless television appearances include “The Ed Sullivan Show” They continue to make numerous concert appearances in the US and abroad, recently visiting Germany and England.  The Brooklyn Bridge has appeared in most of the major concert halls, including Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall, L.A.’s Universal Amphitheater, as well casino’s throughout the United States.
In 2006, the band was inducted into the Long Island Music Hall of Fame. They are also members of South Carolina’s Rhythm and Blues Hall of Fame, the New England Vocal Group Hall of Fame, and Harmony Group Hall of Fame, and recently the group a star on the New Jersey “Walk of Fame”.
After four decades, Johnny Maestro and The Brooklyn Bridge continue to record and tour, delighting long time fans and making new ones along the way. Their recording of “So Fine” can be heard in Robert Davi’s film “The Dukes” starring Chazz Palminteri. Demand for live appearances is stronger now than at any time in the band’s history. As they begin their fifth decade performing, Johnny Maestro and The Brooklyn Bridge leave a rich legacy in the annals of Rock ‘n Roll.
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