After 50 years of experiencing the ups and downs of the music industry, Stephen Glaser, aka "Scott Stevens" decided to pay homage to the singing group from the Bronx New York, that made a dramatic impact on his life and many others but whose opportunity was drowned out by the fact that they were an interracial singing group, or life just getting in the way. Now with remastered versions of original tracks and demo recordings. With a new song, "Five Cents In My Pocket" and the newest release of the book "White Boy: A Rock & Roll Story" Stephen Glaser is ready to remind the world what they missed so that it doesn't make the same mistake twice.

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The new release "White Boy: A Rock & Roll Story" brings a rich history of an integrated doo-wop band in 1950's Brooklyn and the events that brought Scott Stevens & The Cavaliers face to face with stardom, racism and the realities of life as teenagers in a world where skin tone mattered more than the music.

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