... Oropeza; Raoul McLeod; George Magnezid; James Archer; Bobby Mansfield.
The Wrens were an American doo-wop vocal group from The Bronx, New York
City. They are ...
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Nov 18, 2011 ... Performed at UGHA in November 1994. The group consisted of Fred Barksdale,
George Magnezid (original member), Robbie Mansfield, Bobby ...
Sep 17, 2013 ... Bobby Mansfield, lead singer for the quintessential 1950s New York street-corner
vocal group the Wrens, died Sunday at the age of 76.
George was an original member with the Wrens who scored a huge hit in 1954
with "Come Back My Love". Robbie is the son of Bobby Mansfield, original lead of
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Wrens ... Bobby Mansfield Francis "Frenchie" Concepcion George Magnezid.
Sep 8, 1994 ... "We wrote about what we saw around us," said Bobby Mansfield, a singer and
songwriter with the Wrens. Putting Sh Before Boom. For example ...
Aug 18, 2001 ... Of course the difference was that the man in front was Bobby Mansfield, the
original lead singer of The Wrens, and he was in great voice this ...
Listen to music by The Wrens (Doo-Wop) on Pandora. ... By 1956, however,
Bobby Mansfield had split off from the group for a solo career, during which he
The Wrens, formed 1950. ... Bobby Mansfield (lead vocals), George Magnezid (
tenor vocals), Francis Concepcion (baritone vocals), Jimmy Archer (bass vocals).
(Bobby Lee Mansfield) THE WRENS (RAMA 65, 1955). Oh-oh, come back my
love, don't run away. Come back my love, oh come back to stay. I love you so,