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The Four Esquires Free Music

The Four Esquires

Effective period / Period of releases: 1955 - 1969

Members: Wally Gold, Bill Courtney

The Four Esquires were an American vocal group from Boston, Massachusetts. They had two hit singles in the U.S. late in the 1950s, both on Paris Records. The first, "Love Me Forever", featured orchestral backing by Sid Bass and peaked at #25 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1957. It also reached #23 on the UK Singles Chart. The second, "Hideaway", had orchestral accompaniment by Richard Hayman, and peaked at #21 in the U.S. in 1958. While able to fill moderate-sized auditoriums and becoming a reliable support act in bigger venues, the Four Esquires clocked up no further chart entries and had disbanded by the early 60s.
Members: Bill Courtney (lead singer) and backing vocalists Walter Gold, Robert Golden and Frank Mahoney.