Group from the Brighton beach and Sheepshead bay sections of Brooklyn first know as The Con-Cords and consisted of Dickie Goldman(Tenor & Lead),Mike Lewis(1st Tenor & Lead),Murray Moshe(2nd Tenor),Charles Presti(Baritone) and Steve Seider(Bass).
They recorded their first single in 1961 for RCA _Again/The Boy Most Likely.
The A Side with Mike on Lead receive very local airplay and moved the group to Gramacy Records where recorded two singles_Cross My Heart/Our Last Goodbaye. and_My Dreams/Scarlet Ribbon. but without any success Dickie Goldman disgusted left the group.
In 1962 the quartet signed with Rust Records and released_Away/One Step From Heaven. again with Mike on Lead.
After this recording the group add Mike Lassman of The Accents(see in this blog) and Mike & The Utopians as their new lead singer and recorded two singles for Herald Records in 1963_Marlene/Our Love Wasn't Meant To Be. and_Cold And Frosty Morning/Don't Go Now. and the group broke up.
The Concords did a lot of backup work for artists such as Sue Kenny(see in this blog),Neil Scott,Ginny Michaels or to Wally Hawkins on their Joy release_First Date.
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In 1964 Mike recorded with The Planets for Roulette Records and form part of the recordings of Lisa & The Lullabies on Coed and The Uniques on Roulette when he decided to reform The Concords with Sal Tedepino of The Travelers & The Planets,Teddy Graybill of The Stardrifts(see in this blog) and The Planets,Steve Seide original Concord's member plus
newcomer Bobby Gans.
This new formation recorded for Epic Records in 1964_Should I Cry/It's Our Wedding Day. and in 1965 for Boom Records_Down The Aisle Of Love/I Feel A Love Comin' On. and Finally the new group broke up.
In 1963 Dot Records re-released the Herald single_Cold And Frosty Morning. under the group name of The Sherwoods and Herald records released this same year a 2nd press of this recording under the group name of The Snowmen.
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The Concords have unreleased sides as the fantastic tune_Tonight. a revision of their tune_Away.