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The Stereo's

The Stereo's were a vocal group from Steubenville, Ohio, U.S.A. formed in 1957.

The group consisted, at various times, of:

Bruce Robinson (lead)

Nathaniel Hicks (first tenor)

Sam Profit (second tenor)

George Otis (baritone)

Ronnie Collins (bass)

Leroy Swearingen (tenor)


Ronnie Parris

The Stereos were a Vocal group from Ohio.

Their career started as a doo-wop act, and were originally known as the Buckeyes.

Later they achieved their biggest hit 'Stereo Freeze' in 1967 for Hyde Records.

Their song 'I Really Love You', reached number 15 on the U.S. R&B Singles chart and number 29 on the Billboard Hot 100.[

The group also recorded for the Cadet imprint.

They disbanded in 1968.

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