Serenaders Groups

Serenaders (Detroit)

 

as The Musketeers – Goodbye My Love/ Love You Till My Dying Day, ’52 (Roxy 801)

 

as misspelled Muskateers – Deep In My Heart (retitled Goodbye My Love)/ Love Me Til Your Dying Day, ’53 (Swing Time 331)

 

Serenaders

– It’s Funny/ Confession Is Good For The Soul, ’52 (Coral 60720)

– Misery/ But I Forgive You, ’52 (Coral 65093)

– Tomorrow Night/ Why Don’t You Do Right, ’52 (JVB 2001)

– Will She Know/ I Want To Love You, Baby, ’53 (Red Robin 115)

– Please Please Forgive Me/ Baby, ’54 (DeLuxe 6022)

– M-A-Y-B-E-L-L/ Ain’t Going To Cry No More, ’54 (Swing Time 347)

 

as Royals – Someday We’ll Meet Again/ I Want You To Be My Baby – Mambo, ’54 (Venus 103)

 

Note: The Detroit Serenaders became the Royal Jokers in 1955.

 

Note:  All research agrees with sources indicating the Detroit Serenaders were not known as any Scooters group.  The mixup on the Dawn Scooters is covered in Marv Goldberg’s Serenaders/Royal Jokers biography.


 

Serenaders (Washington DC Group)

 

as Five Vultures – Lonesome/ Soldier In Korea (Recorded In 1952), ’73 (Roadhouse 1006)

 

Serenaders

– Goodbye/ Kola, ’74 (Roadhouse 1017) (Recorded In 1952)

– My Happiness/ Rockin’ Man (Recorded In 1952), ’74 (Roadhouse 1018)

– Sunset (w Clarence Patterson & His Houserockers) (Recorded In 1952), ’74 (Roadhouse 1022)

  • The flip ‘My Heart” is by Ontarios (w Frank Motley (Dual Trumpeer) & His Crew) (Vocal James Best).

– Lonesome Again (Recorded 52-53), ’74 (Outhouse 102)

  • The flip, ‘She’s Too Tall For Love’ is credited to the Warblers.

 

Serenaders (Newark NJ)

 

Serenaders

– Never Let Me Go/ I Wrote A Letter, ’57 (Chock (Full Of Hits) 101-102 & MGM 12623, ’58)

– Give Me A Girl/ Dance Darling Dance, ’57 (Chock (Full Of Hits) 103-104 & MGM 12666, ’58)

– My Girl Flip-Flop/ Gotta Go To School, ’59 (Rae-Cox 101)

 

Serenaders (Second Group)

– Adios, My Love/ Two Lovers Make One Fool, ’63 (Riverside 4549)

– I’ll Cry Tomorrow/ If Your Heart Says Yes, ’64 (VIP 25002)


 

Serenaders (The Other Groups)

 

Serenaders (Unknown Locale) – My Last Affair/ I Had My Moment, ’52 (Colony 100)


 

Serenaders (NYC) (Gene Mumford & The) – Please Give Me One More Chance/ When You’re Smiling, ’56 (Whiz 1500)


 

Serenaders (NY, NY)

– Summer Job/ Honolulu, ’58 (Hanover 4507)

– Alaska/ Where Did You Go? “Out” What Did You Do? “Nothing”, ’58 (Hanover 4514)

– Love Me Now/ Gates Of Gold, ’58 (Teen Life 9)


 

Serenaders (Lodi NJ) (Jimmy Stone & The) – Shame On You/ How Do You Mend A Broken Heart, ’59 (Cross Country 33)

  • Jimmy Stone is a country artist.

 

Serenaders (Relic-Hartford Groups) (Larry Lee & The)

– Dreams Of Heaven, ’90 (Relic LP 5085 (1-6))

– Too Young, ’90 (Relic LP 5085 (2-7))

– All Alone, ’90 (Relic LP 5085 (2-5))


 

Serenaders error – Goodnight Sweetheart (Recorded 1974), ’76 (Clifton 16)

  • Group is Serenders-Lead Lance Smart.

Serenaders error – Come Back My Love, ’76 (Clifton 16)

  • Group is Serenders-Lead Charlie Smith.