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Growing up in the 4th Ward of New York Cities Lower East Side, it was inevitable that Bobby would become  part of a Doo Wop group.  Under every street lamp and in every hallway you would hear that unforgettable blending of voices.   Harmonizing on street corners was what everyone did.  The most well known of these neighborhood groups was Johnny Maestro and the Crests.  

A natural first tenor, Bobby added his talents to the El Notes.  The El Notes sang at the Café Wa in the West Village on the same bill as Bob Dillon and the late Richard Prior.  They also shared a billboard with the Capri’s and the legendary MC - Clay Cole.  The El Notes made an appearance on the Ted Mack Amateur Hour, a national TV show.

In 1986, after a long break from singing, Bobby along with Carmine started the group Just Friends.    During the past 25 years Just Friends has performed with some of the greatest acts in Doo Wop history.  They have shared a stage with Johnny Maestro and the Brooklyn Bridge; Larry Chance and the Earls; Lenny Coco and the Chimes; Jay Black and the Americans; Little Anthony and the Imperials; Ruby and the Romantics; The Impalas; The Dupree’s; The Classics; The Mystics; The Dubs, the list goes on and on.  Just Friends also made several appearances on WCBS FM’s, Don K. Reed’s “Doo Wop Shop”.

Bobby said “We have been entertaining our friends for over 25 years.  I love what we do . . . we have fun . . . that’s what it’s all about”.