In 1962 Mike Zero and his brother Sal emigrated from the
Borough of Brooklyn, NY to Maspeth Queens. They met up with the Safuto
brothers, Randy and Frank. Along with Ken Arcipowski they recorded with
the producers of The Tokens, releasing the single "Denise" in
1963. "Denise" was written by Neil Levenson, and was inspired
by his childhood friend, Denice Lefrak. Two groups now exist; one
includes Mike Zero and Sal Zero's replacement Vinny Carella, the other
includes Randy and Frank Safuto.
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