The Rays, formed in New York City and popular during the 1950s,
performed songs by Bob Crewe and Frank Slay, among others. Their music
appears on various compilation albums, including Alan Freed's "Memory
Lane," "Oldies but Goodies, Vol. 4," and in 1976, "Fonzie
Favorites" (in reference to the popular TV series "Happy Days").
Hal Miller --who has also worked with a number of other artists
throughout his career including Carlos Santana and Mary K. Miller --
reunites with The Rays at Rock, Rhythm and Doo Wop to perform "Silhouettes."
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