Tom Tony Lola Jerry
LOLA FOY: ...
The one and only female and the lady responsible for all those earth shaking leads and sweet, angelic high notes in
Born in Harlem, New York...moved to the Bronx
at age seven...Lola started singing professionally, in 1964...She sang lead and/or background with "The Saints",
"The Twilites", "The Reasons", "The Moods", "Papa's English Muffin", "The Mood"
(different than "The Moods"), Nine Pound Hammer", "Rosebud", "Reunion" (they had a hit
record with "Life Is A Rock,But The Radio Rolled Me" in 1974), "Wolfbane"(heavy metal-believe it or not),
"Scarlett" (she was the red head), "Stanton Anderson Band", "Back To The Future" 1989-1990,
"Perfect Combination" 1991-1992 (Acapella). She appeared with "The Impalas" from 1992-2005 and recorded
with them on their 1998 album, "IMPALAMANIA", while also recording steadily with "The Saints" and "The
Stanton Anderson Band".
After relocating to Florida in Oct.,2005,
and after a short stint with "The Crests", she has reunited with "The Saints" in the Tampa area and is
enjoying every Doo Wop minute.
TOM FOY: ...
Mr. Wizard...chimes in on tenor and brings his powerful voice to it's fullest potential on his many
leads with "Lola & The Saints".
was born in Harlem, New York, moved to the Bronx and has been singing and performing since he was thirteen. His first Doo
Wop group was "The Rialtos" in 1958. He joined the Air Force in 1960 and continued to perform extensively with "The
Darvons" throughout his tour of duty. He returned to New York in 1964 and formed "The Saints" while simultaneously
launching a career as a recording & sound engineer. Tom has performed with so many other vocal groups including: "TheTwilites",
"The Reasons", "The Moods", "Papa's English Muffin", "The Mood", "Rosebud",
"Reunion", "Wolfbane", "Stanton Anderson Band", "The Capris", "Perfect Combination",
"The Exquisites", " The Emotions" "The Casinos", "The Notetations", "The Impalas",
and most recently "The Crests".
After relocating to Florida
in Oct.,2005, he, too, has reunited with "The Saints" in the Tampa area and is looking forward to a long and happy
continuation of his career.
TORRE: ...Tenor vocalist extraordinaire...his leads and harmonies provide
a finishing touch to every tune.
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Tony started singing at a very early age, which led to his
impressive vocal range. In Brooklyn he performed with "The Charms" and "The Rhythm Express". In
1979 he moved to Long Island and performed with "Memories" "The Magic Moments" "The Dynamics"
"The Satin Dukes" and "The Revisions". He performed as lead singer and first tenor with "Randy
and The Rainbows" (featuring Randy Safuto) from 1989 thru 1999. Tony performed in all the major venues throughout
the country including Atlantic City, Vegas, Madison Square Garden, Westbury Music Fair, and the Inaguration Ball for President
Ronald Regan and the Summer Concert Series at the World Trade Center. After retiring in 1999 he moved to Florida and
joined "The Dukes of Harmony" where he met his good friend Jim McGreevey. He later performed with "Doo
Wop And Rhythm" and in 2006 he formed his own quartet "A Touch Of Class". In 2008 he received a call
from his buddy asking if he would like to jam with "The Saints". Shortly after, he was asked if he would like to
become a full time member.
He is currently singing
lead and back up vocals with "Lola &The Saints", a group considered to be one of the very best in Florida.
And the beat goes on.........
JERRY LONG: ... Mr.
Bass Man...Our "Sixty Minute Man" ... holds together the bottom end with an effortless ease...all the while...with
a smile...from ear to ear!!!
Born in Harlem, New York. Like most young guys, during the late 50's, Jerry started singing
acapella doowop on the streetcorners, the stoops and in the hallways of Harlem with his neighborhood friends. By age
20, he had moved to the Bronx. He joined the army in 1965, was married in 1966 and was sent to Viet Nam shortly thereafter.
In 1969, Jerry joined the New York City Housing Police Department. On one of his weekly visits to the 40th precinct, he encountered a group called
"Street Blues" aka "The Doo-Wop Cops". Sadly, Jerry left the group in 1990 when
& relocated to Ocala, Florida. The remainder of Street Blues became the group now known as Milton Love and the Solitaires
(Walking Along and The Angels Sang). Fast forward
to 2006, Jerry joins a group of guys from The Villages who had formed the acapella group, "Harmony". They
did numerous engagements in and around The Villages, and then disbanded in the early fall of 2008.
A short time later, Jerry was approached
by "Lola & The Saints" to audition for bass singer of their group...he became a full member of
the group a few weeks later... The rest is history.