Frank Ranieri from Ozone PK, NY Listened to the Jocko radio show while in High school. He still has his 45's & 78's from that golden era. Frank sang with Vito at John Adams high school in Ozone Pk. they've been together since they were 14 years old harmonizing in the neighborhood, at parties and dances. His group the Parisians played at St. Fortunato's dances, and other church functions. In the mid 60's Frank's group the Thorns recorded on the Sceneville label, Frank's lead vocals?."The smoothest and most unique to be found anywhere.
Nelson "Tino" Alvarez the Four Pops fantastic tenor, grew up in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn. Just to name a few of the groups Tino has sang with: "Dino & the Heartspinners, Norman Fox & the Rob Roys, Brooklyn Connection, the Larkings,& Malo has arranged and backed up such legendary figures Baby Washington, Chuck Carbo, Willie Winfield, George Grant, Cleo Perry. We could go on and on. There's none better than "TINO". The sweetest tenor this side of heaven
Joe Clements sang his way through Bryant High School in the early 60's in Long Island City,Queens NY. He grew up in Astoria, Queens, home of the "Devotions'. He bought his records on Steinway St. Joe sang at local dances and joined the "Mar-Keys" For 8 years. Joe is a teacher of harmony theory. He has a 30 year career singing doowops. Joe's great second tenor and lead defines the Four Pops sound
Carlos Vazquez, the latest member of the Four Pops grew up in the lower east side of Manhattan, he had a few groups there. He joined the army in 1962 and sang acappella with a group he formed on the squad they did many shows at different bases. Upon leaving the service he started a group called "The Consorts" and has been singing ever since