Tell me more about Harold Lucas

Harold Lucas was the lead singer of The Flamingos, a doo-wop group known for their smooth vocals and intricate harmonies. With hit songs like “I Only Have Eyes For You” and “Golden Teardrops,” The Flamingos helped to define the sound of 1950s pop music. 

Despite their success, the group was plagued by personal problems and legal troubles. They broke up in the 1960s, but reformed in the 1970s with a new lineup. 

Their music continues to be popular with fans of classic pop and doo-wop, and their influence can still be felt today. 

Other notable songs by The Flamingos include: 

1) “Love Me with All Your Heart” 

2) “Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight” 

3) “I’ll Be Home” 

4) “Would I Be Crying?” 

5) “Nobody Loves Me Like You” 

A famous quote from Harold Lucas is…

“The most important thing to me is the harmony of my group.” 

– Harold Lucas