Dion broke away from the Belmonts and selected The Wanderers to back him up for a time while on Columbia Records. Carl Dobkins Jr. charted four times – His “My Heart Is An Open Book” peaked in 1959 at #3 – “Lucky Devil” reached number 25 the same year. Dick Dodd was a first year Mouseketeer. Later he performed as a drummer for a group called The Casuals and from there joined The Standells before going solo.
Little is known of Andy Doll – The Domestic Help were an obscure 60’s group signed to the same label as – The American Breed and The Peppermint Trolley. This single was released in 1967 (“The Bad Seed”). Don and The Goodtimes hit it semi big once with “I Could Be So Good To You” in 1967.
Ral Donner was an Elvis Sound-Alike who actually entered the Top 20 three times with “Girl of My Best Friend” (19), “You Don’t Know What You’ve Got” (#4) and “She’s Everything” (#18) all in 1961. Ral passed away in 1984.
Mike Douglas (Michael Dowd) hit the big time once with “The Men In My Little Girl’s Life” (#6 in 1965).