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Playlist of Johnny Maestro

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  • Worst That Could Happen - Johhny Maestro And The Brooklyn Bridge

    4:00

    The late Johnny Maestro performs his 1969 hit on the PBS special, Doo Wop 50 in 1999.

  • Sixteen Candles Johnny Maestro & Brooklyn Bridge...PBS Special

    2:52

    ....Sixteen Candles - Johnny Maestro & Brooklyn Bridge... ...Another timeless classic.. (Monday Night Doo Wop by George!)

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  • Johnny Maestro Performs The Angels Listened In

    3:14

    The full concert can be seen at the following link:



    Thank you, Johnny Maestro for all the years of great music. You will be missed.

    This is an excerpt from the full concert that was performed at the 2009 Mayor's Summer Concert Series in Woodbridge NJ. The concert was recorded by the Township's cable station; The Woodbridge Channels.

  • Johnny Maestro - The Way You Look Tonight

    2:33

    1961

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  • Johnny Maestro - Life Is But A Dream

    2:44

    Never heard this one before...but I LIKEs it, man...I LIKES IT!!...For MORE videoes, buy the DVD at shop for Johnny Maestro CDs and merchandise TOO!!

  • Johnny Maestro - Model Girl

    2:19

    Never heard this one, until recently...given the subject I chose pics of my favorite models...For MORE videoes, buy the DVD at

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  • Johnny Maestro - Christmas Serenade - Beautiful Christmas Song

    3:32

    I don't own a copy of the record which is why you're not seeing a label. The videos and pictures are from a freak blizzard we got in NJ last year on Dec 27, 2 days after Christmas. I never saw this song on a 45, although I did hear it exists.

  • Johnny Maestro - Besame Baby

    2:39

    I only heard this for the first time, 3 or 4 months ago...Enjoy the images of Spain and brazil....

  • Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge - Lonely Teardrops

    3:33

    Fun (I HOPE) images for a fun song...Enjoy....For MORE videoes, buy the DVD at shop for Johnny Maestro CDs and merchandise TOO!!

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  • Brooklyn Bridge - Blessed Is The Rain - STEREO

    4:28

    Here Is The Follow Up Song To Their Smash Hit The Worst That Could Happen By The Brooklyn Bridge. Lead Singer Johnny Maestro Delivers Outstanding Vocals On This 1969 Hit Called Blessed Is The Rain

  • ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS YOU - Johnny Maestro

    4:27

    ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS ... IS YOU !

  • Brooklyn Bridge - Step By Step & 16 Candles

    4:33

    Brooklyn Bridge & Johnny Maestro singing Step By Step & 16 Candles on Cousin Brucie's Rock 'n' Roll Party

  • Let Me Be The One - Johnny Maestro & The Crests

    2:08

    Let Me Be The One to love you and treasure you for the rest of our lives.

  • Johnny Maestro - Sincerely

    3:05

    I never heard this one by JM, but I LIKE it...that line I'll never let her go, sounds like a stalker anthem, tho' (grin).....For MORE videoes, buy the DVD at shop for Johnny Maestro CDs and merchandise TOO!!

  • JOHNNY MAESTRO - WORST THAT COULD HAPPEN

    4:00

    R.I.P. Johnny - You will always be one of the greats.......

  • Brooklyn Bridge June 23, 1969

    7:49

    Brooklyn Bridge perform live June 23, 1969

  • Youll Never Walk Alone Johnny Maestro & Brooklyn Bridge 2004 Collectables CD

    5:04

  • Johnny Maestro Last Show Mohegan Sun January 17, 2010

    33:06

    Thank you Walter Conklin for this video.
    Johnny Maestro Last Show Mohegan Sun January 17, 2010 - R.I.P. Johnny you are missed....Skip to 3:30 min.

  • My Special Angel - Johnny Maestro & The Crests

    2:45

    For my very special angel Marika. You are so much more than special to me. You always have been. You always will be. There is no one else in this world that I would rather be with. I will love you eternally with all my heart and soul.

  • Unchained Melody - Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge HQ

    4:03

    Lyric video of Unchained Melody by Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge Subscribe

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  • Johnny Maestros Final Song

    5:58

    Johnny's final concert with The Brooklyn Bridge was at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut on January 17, 2010.

    This message is from Jon Bauman (a.k.a. Bowzer from Sha Na Na):

    Johnny Maestro's last show was my show at the Mohegan Sun 1/17/10. The arena was sold out, over 7000 people, and as frail and weak as Johnny seemed, I knew he didn't want to have to cancel. I told him afterward it was the most courageous performance I'd ever seen. As frail as he looked, that's how strong he sounded. The 11-act show ran over, and I thought he would end with The Worst That Could Happen, as was usual in long multi-act shows. But when I came out to host his exit, Johnny turned to me with a look in his eyes I will never forget. Johnny was always quiet, but his eyes said something deep, profound, and unmistakeable. One more. I need to do one more. When I asked the crowd if they wanted one more, they of course went wild, without even knowing the underlying truth. Then Johnny Maestro and The Brooklyn Bridge sang You'll Never Walk Alone for the last time together.
    Johnny Maestro was, in my opinion, one of the greatest singers of all time. Yet he always remained a gentle, humble person. It was a privilege to have known him, and it was thrilling to have listened to him. His magnificent voice will live on in all our hearts.
    And so he will never walk alone.

    No copyright infringement intended. Section 107 of the Copyright Statute allows for fair use for non-profit educational purposes. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing.

  • The Brooklyn Bridge feat. Johnny Maestro - Blessed Is The Rain Buddah Vinyl LP 1968

    3:46

    In This HD Lyric Video, I present, from the Buddha Vinyl LP and also released as the b. side of the single Welcome Me Love is Blessed Is The Rain This double-sided hit was released in 1968 from the Self Titled LP, The Brooklyn Bridge which featured lead vocals by the late great Johnny Maestro
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  • Brooklyn Bridge - Welcome Me Love - STEREO

    3:09

    New York's Brooklyn Bridge Achieved Their Biggest Hit Success In 1969 With The Worst That Could Happen. But, Their Next Single Was A Great Achievement Too In That It Was A 2-Sided Hit. The First Side Was Blessed Is The Rain And On The Flip Side Was Our Featured Song Today Called Welcome Me Love. Both Sides Did Fairly Well....Blessed Made It To #45 And Welcome To #48 in 1969. Here Is The Brooklyn Bridge Featuring Superb Lead Vocals From The Late Johnny Maestro!

  • Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge...Gee, But Id Give the World ...

    2:55

    Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge...Gee, But I'd Give the World ...
    Monday Night Doo-Wop - George Pingho

  • Kenny Vance & Johnny Maestro - Let It Be Me

    3:50

    Kenny Vance & Johnny Maestro - Let It Be Me 2008

  • Beside You by Johnny Maestro and The Crests

    2:32

    Beside You
    by
    Johnny Maestro
    and The Crests 1958

  • Johnny Maestro - Yours Until Tomorrow

    3:43

    Released in 1971 on the Buddah label BDA236

  • Unchained Melody - Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge HQ

    4:10

    Unchained Melody - Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge Subscribe

  • Johnny Maestro -Dazed and Confused / Worst That Could Happen

    5:02

    R.I.P. Johnny Maestro. It was my privilege and pleasure to meet and video Johnny Maestro -(Dazed and Confused / Worst That Could Happen), during a concert that he and the Brooklyn Bridge performed at the Hebrew Home for the Aged in The Bronx.

  • Christmas Serenade - Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge

    3:36

    A beautiful song featuring the golden voice of Johnny Maestro. Some of you will remember Johnny as the wonderful voice of The Crests.

  • The Angels Listened In by Johnny Maestro

    2:01

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  • Step By Step - Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge HQ

    2:02

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  • Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge- The Worst That Could Happen & Little Bitty Pretty One

    15:47

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    JOHNNY MAESTRO & THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE -- 40th ANNIVERSARY EDITION - DVD
    1. (MEDLEY) MY JUANITA- RIVER DEEP -- MY JUANITA
    2. TROUBLE IN PARADISE
    3. THE ANGELS LISTENED IN
    4. GEE, BUT I'D GIVE THE WORLD
    5. PRETTY LITTLE ANGEL
    6. WHAT A SURPRISE
    7. THAT'S ALL I NEED
    8. BLESSED IS THE RAIN
    9. (DION MEDLEY) RUBY BABY -- RUNAROUND SUE - THE WANDERER
    10. I THANK THE MOON
    11. MEDLEY: STEP BY STEP / 16 CANDLES
    12. KNOCKIN' AT MY FRONT DOOR
    13. UNCHAINED MELODY
    14. WELCOME ME LOVE
    15. YOUR HUSBAND, MY WIFE
    16. SWEETEST ONE
    17. LONELY TEARDROPS
    18. BAND INTRODUCTION
    19. THE WORST THAT COULD HAPPEN
    20. LITTLE BITTY PRETTY ONE
    21. GIMME SOME LOVIN'
    22. YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE


    BONUS MATERIAL:

    PICTORIAL HISTORY
    LONG ISLAND HALL OF FAME INDUCTION BY JIMMY WEBB
    THE STORY OF JOHNNY MAESTRO & THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE

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  • Could This Be Magic - Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge

    2:05

    It most surely is magic. Almost four years of magic.

  • Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge...Blessed is the Rain...

    3:22

    Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge...Blessed is the Rain...
    Monday Night Doo-Wop - George Pingho

  • A Tribute To Johnny Maestro by Kid Kyle

    4:45

    Kid Kyle Pays Tribute To His Friend Johnny Maestro With The Frankie Lymon Tune, SHARE
    Recorded At A Miracle Entertainment Show.
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  • Brooklyn Bridge Welcome Me Love, Blessed Is The Rain, Worst That Could Happen Live

    9:08

    Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge (band) perform Welcome Me Love, Blessed Is The Rain (2:24) and Jimmy Webb's The Worst That Could Happen (5:34) live in 2005 concert. Trumpets play Mendelssohn's Wedding March from A Midsummer's Night's Dream at the end of the song (8:00).

    New York-based Doo-Wop The Brooklyn Bridge band members are lead vocalist Johnny Maestro, Fred Ferrara, Les Cauchi, James Rosica, Lou Ariesta, Martin D'Amico, Ed Lisciando and James Sarle. The Brooklyn Bridge oldies but goodies singles were very popular on Los Angeles Top 40 radio stations 93 KHJ Boss Radio and 1110 KRLA in 1969. Worst That Could Happen on Buddha Records peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 that year.

    Johnny Maestro died in 2010 at age 70.

  • Johnny Maestro & the Crests - Gee

    2:26

    Classic doo wop - Coed 525 1960

  • Johnny Maestro & the Crests - What a Surprise

    2:51

    New York doo wop - Coed 549 1960

  • THE CRESTS - EARTH ANGEL

    2:44

    JOHNNY MAESTRO Y THE CRESTS FOR COLLECTORS ONLY DISCO 2

  • Johnny Maestro and The Brooklyn Bridge - Could This Be Magic

    2:04

    Johnny Maestro & the Brooklyn Bridge (or simply The Brooklyn Bridge) is an American musical group, best known for their million-selling rendition of Jimmy Webb's The Worst That Could Happen (1968).

    New York City-born Johnny Maestro (born John Mastrangelo aka Johnny Mastro, Johnny Masters; May 7, 1939 – March 24, 2010) began his career in 1957 as the original lead singer of The Crests, one of the first interracial groups of the recording industry.[1][2] Patricia Van Dross, older sister to famed R&B singer Luther Vandross, sang with Johnny Maestro while The Crests were signed to the Joyce Record label. Before The Crests signed with Coed Records, Patricia left the group because her mother didn't want her 15-year-old daughter touring with the older guys. After a regional hit with My Juanita/Sweetest One on the Joyce label, he had three years of chart success with The Crests on Coed Records with 16 Candles, Six Nights A Week, Step by Step, The Angels Listened In, and Trouble in Paradise. Between Step by Step and Trouble in Paradise, Coed released a single The Great Physician/Say It Isn't So under the name Johnny Masters. Late in 1960, Maestro would leave The Crests for a solo career. Maestro was unable to reach his former chart heights with The Crests, but did have Top 40 hits with What A Surprise and Model Girl in 1961 as solo artist Johnny Mastro, The Voice of the Crests for Coed Records. For his next three singles with the label, he was known as Johnny Maestro, the third spelling change for the label. None of those records charted and Maestro recorded for three different labels before recording with new backup singers (none from the original group) as Johnny Maestro & The Crests in 1965 and 1966, which produced four singles on two more labels.

    By 1967, another New York vocal group called The Del-Satins—who had become well known in the New York area as weekly performers on the local dance party program The Clay Cole Show, had made several non-charting recordings between 1959 and 1967 under their own name, and were also noted for backing up Dion on his post-Belmonts recordings—were looking for a new lead singer to replace original lead Stan Zizka. Other members were brothers Fred and Tom Ferrara (baritone and bass), Les Cauchi (first tenor) and Bobby Faila (second tenor). According to Cauchi, members of the group ran into Maestro at a local gym, playing his guitar, and approached him with the offer to join the group. After initially turning them down, Maestro's manager, Betty Sperber, called Cauchi and told him Maestro had changed his mind.[citation needed]

    In 1968, Sperber, owner and founder of the talent management and booking agency Action Talents in New York City, was hosting her once a month Battle of the Bands talent search at the Cloud Nine nightclub in Long Island and brought Maestro along as the evening's special guest star. Action Talents' Vice President and General Manager Alan White suggested that Maestro be backed up that night by a seven-piece brass-filled group of youngsters called The Rhythm Method. That night's performance was such a success that the next day Sperber decided to combine the talents of Maestro, the four Del-Satins, and The Rhythm Method. The new group's name came about after White made the off-handed comment that it would be easier to sell the Brooklyn Bridge than book the proposed 11-piece act.

    Johnny and the Bridge rehearsed their unusual combination of smooth vocal harmonies and full horns, and signed a recording contract with Buddah records. Their first release, a version of the Jimmy Webb song Worst That Could Happen (a note-for-note cover of the version previously recorded by The 5th Dimension on the album The Magic Garden, which had not been released as a single), reached No. 3 on the Billboard pop chart. It sold over one and a quarter million copies, and was awarded a gold disc by the R.I.A.A.. The follow-up, Welcome Me Love, and its flip side, Blessed is the Rain — both by Tony Romeo —[5] each reached the Top 50. A dramatic version of You'll Never Walk Alone and the controversial Your Husband, My Wife also reached the middle ranges of the charts. The group sold over 10 million records by 1972, including LP sales, mostly produced by Wes Farrell. Appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show, The Della Reese Show, and other programs helped to bring the group to the national stage.
    SOURCE: Wikipedia

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  • Johnny Maestro & the crests - The warning voice

    2:46

  • Sweetest One by Johnny Maestro and the Brooklyn Bridge

    2:24

    Johnny Maestro and the Brooklyn Bridge perfrom Sweetest One at the Festival Italiano, Westport, CT, July 12, 2009

  • Sweetest One - by Johnny Maestro & the BB

    2:50

    Sweetest One sung by Johnny Maestro 2007

  • Johnny Maestro & Brooklyn Bridge Step By Step/16 Candels Live @ Meadowlands Arena 1992

    5:14

    Johnny Maestro & Brooklyn Bridge Step By Step/16 Candels Live @ Meadowlands Arena 1992

  • Johnny Maestro - It Must Be Love

    2:14

    Killer uptempo doowop from 1962....one of my personal top ten of all times...

  • Johnny Maestro - Besame Baby - Rare and Excellent Uptempo Doo Wop

    2:41

    This is a killer tune.. No wonder this record is on many a want list. I have heard that Johnny is being backed up by The Tremonts

  • Crests With Johnny Maestro-I Remember (In The Still Of The Night/Good Golly Miss Molly-Coed 543-1960

    4:37

    DOOWOP - VOCAL GROUP HARMONY

  • JOHNNY MAESTRO....Let true love begin..wmv

    2:54

    ..............LOVE YOU ................

  • Johnny Maestro & the Crests - Sweetest One

    2:12

    Classic New York doo wop - Joyce 103 1957

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