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The Secrets were an American girl group from Cleveland, Ohio.

The group first performed under the name The Sonnets, named after the Sonnet piano. They were offered a local gig supporting local ensemble The Starfires (later The Outsiders), and at one of these performances, talent scout Redda Robbins offered them a contract.[1] The group then met with songwriters Johnny Madara and David White, members of The Spokesmen. Through their influence, the group was able to release a single on Mercury Records called "The Boy Next Door"; the song hit #18 on the US Billboard Hot 100 in December 1963.[2] Three more singles followed on Mercury, but none of them charted, and the group parted ways in 1965.

Members Patty Miller and Carole McGoldrick continued performing as The Memories for a year following the breakup. The group reunited in the early 1990s to play at their high school reunion.[1]

Members

  • Jackie Allen Schwegler
  • Karen Cray Cipriana
  • Carole Raymond McGoldrick
  • Patty Miller

References

  1. ^ a b Biography, Allmusic.com
  2. ^ Billboard Singles, Allmusic.com

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