The original group of Scott Stevens and the Cavaliers was founded in 1956 by Stephen Glaser and Steve Weil. The first name of the group was the Satellites in which they appeared on the Ted Mack Original Amateur Hour and won; however, a dispute led to the formation of the Cavaliers in 1957. Group Members were: Junie Smith (Bass), Lloyd Needelman (First Tenor), John Duff (Second Tenor), Jackie Morgan (Baritone) and Stephen Glaser, aka "Scott Stevens" (Lead Singer and Composer.)  The group was signed to Ivy Records for a 4 record contract. The master copy of "Dance, Dance, Dance" was  sold to ABC Paramount and released on their then new subsidiary, APT Records. "Dance, Dance, Dance"  was recorded at Bell Sound Studios with the Alan Freed Orchestra and Sam  "The Man" Taylor on sax. THE ENTIRE RECORDING SESSION TOOK 15 MINUTES and became "Pick of the Week" in Cashbox Magazine.  The record was number one in the states of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont & Maine. The Cavaliers were one of the first integrated groups of the late 50's. Scott Stevens went on as a solo performer in the 60's. This site is in commemoration to the group and the music that has kept alive the legends of the Cavaliers.

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