Title: Wednesday Trivia
Description: also known as . . .
JohnCBoy - June 23, 2010 01:03 PM (GMT)
Roger Wiles, baritone singer for the Imperials, recorded some secular music using a different name. What was that name?
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quartet-man - June 23, 2010 06:22 PM (GMT)
Wiley Coyote? ;)
It seems like I heard the name at one time, but I sure can't think of it now.
JohnCBoy - June 24, 2010 11:46 PM (GMT)
Did Q-man scare everyone away??
quartet-man - June 25, 2010 03:13 AM (GMT)
I guess someone has to get the blame and it might as well be me.
adkinsdean - June 25, 2010 04:18 AM (GMT)
JohnCBoy - June 25, 2010 05:19 AM (GMT)
longtimer - June 25, 2010 02:42 PM (GMT)
|QUOTE (adkinsdean @ Jun 24 2010, 11:18 PM)|
| Adam Rogers? |
Dean always has the answer...I think he gives us, who may or may not know the answer, time to guess and then he gives the answer. Is that why they call him "The Professor"?
Between JC and Dean, and a few others on this board, I learn a lot about SGM history.. My thanks to each of you...
Norm - June 25, 2010 06:39 PM (GMT)
The April 3, 1971 edition of Billboard magazine (available online) says Roger Wiles will record for Capitol Records under the name of Roger Adams.
However, I think Dean's credibility is higher than Billboard's since the magazine also says that Wiles left the Stamps to go solo.
JohnCBoy - June 28, 2010 02:20 PM (GMT)
Thanks for the nice words, longtimer.
Like Norm, I give Dean more credibility than Billboard. I remember reading the name was "Adam Rogers" in Singing News (or was is Good News??) back when it happened.