Tag Archives: ‘The Quintones’

Thoughtful Tin Man ponders York, Pa.’s, past, present – and future?

Linked in/Neat stuff: ‘Hex Hollow – A Documentary Film’/Hotsy Totsy Tuesday A conversation in the York, Pa., Daily Record newsroom centered on this piece of art in downtown York. The upshot of the talk about this cross between ‘The Thinker’ … Continue reading

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Check out this list for induction in a York County Arts & Entertainment Hall of Fame – Part II

Local doo-wop singer, the late Phyllis A. Carr, was an original member of ‘The Quintones.’ The group scored a Billboard hit in the late 1950s and appeared on Dick Clark’s American Bandstand. Phyllis Carr and others in the group would … Continue reading

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Famed doo-wopper from York, Pa. walks down the aisle of heaven

Georgjean Fells, known in her performing days with the Quintones as Jeannie Crist, died recently. Her death comes two years after fellow York, Pa., group member, Phyllis A. Carr, passed away. Background posts: The Oaks in York: ‘I often look … Continue reading

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