D’Andrea also nominated to the East Coast Music Hall of Fame
LOS ANGELES, CA, July 25, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ — Born in the Bronx NY. The multi-talented “singer, comedian, actor, dancer, impressionist” graduated from the prestigious “Academy of Dramatic Arts”.
Bob D’Andrea and the Knockouts were widely known as “the good times rock ‘n’ roll oldies Doo Wop duo.
They soon became one of the most popular musical/show acts in the country.
In 1960 D’Andrea recorded the Doo Wop hit “Darling Loraine”
Through the years, Bob has entertained people all around the world. His on stage energy and performances have made him legendary among his peers.
Bob has also appeared in motion pictures such as the mega hit “A Bronx Tale” where he created and played the character “Tony Toupee.”
This was the 2nd time Bobby played in a movie with Joe Pesci. They appeared together in the 1976 film “The Death Collector”.
In the 80’s and 90’s he teamed with friend Frank Cirell to form the musical/comedy duo Andre & Cirell.
They continued to bring their unique brand of music, comedy, energy and excitement to audiences everywhere and were a staple on the Atlantic City casino scene.
Check out the You Tube interview Reminiscing with Gene DiNapoli
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