Group from New Haven,Connecticut consisted of Dave Fisher(Lead),Billy Greenberg(Tenor),Richie"Goose"Greenberg(Bass),Marty Ganter(2nd Tenor) and Ron Marone(Baritone).
They signed for Ancho Records and their first 45's were_Too Good To Be True/Heavenly Love. in 1957(the A side became a hit in New Heaven).
After this release Charlie Luth replace to Goose.
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The next record on Ancho records was in 1958_Darla My Darling/At My Front Door.the A side originally by the G-Clefs and the B side by The Eldorados.
The last release was_Something Cool/Drivie in Movie.Elmont Records-1958.after this recording Vinnie Giardina replaced Dave Fisher but the group broke up soon.
In Agust 1963 Relic Records re-released the first two singles of The Academics and in 1989 two unreleased sides were released as a 45 RPM_I Often Wonder/Girl That I Love.
Below The Academics in a photo taken for their first singing engagement, at the Edgewood Club in 1957. From left, Dick Greenberg, Ronnie Marone, Marty Ganter, Dave Fisher and Billy Greenberg.
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