In 1955, Fred Parris and The Satins moved the radio airwaves in ways the American public wasn’t used to. And because of it, the group went on to become one of the most popular singers of the era. Who’d have ever imagined that it all happened because they recorded the track in the basement of a church in Connecticut.
While the song only had limited success when it was first released, reaching 24th on the national pop charts back in 1956, “In the Still of the Night,” had lasting power. And as you’ll discover in this live performance by the group, the song will not soon be forgotten.
Check out this wonderful song form the Good Old Days in the video below!