Five Cents in My Pocket

Scott Stevens

Scott Stevens of the Cavaliers, first new release in over 40 years. Co written with Michael Little. Pop/Country feel. Based on a true story about me trying to find work in New York City

Five Cents In my pocket was written in 1974 but never recorded. After forming a writing partnership with Michael Little, we brought the song up to date and gave it a pop, country feel. The song is based on a true story about me (Scott Stevens) AKA Stephen Glaser. Looking for a job in New York City, In the pouring rain with no money to get back home. Look for a new book release "White Boy" a Rock and Roll Story. coming out in August 2016. Story about my short career in music and growing up in the Bronx in the 50"s Copyright June 2016

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Lost and Found

Scott Stevens And The Cavaliers

Original 50's Rock and Roll cuts 1 and 2 Demos at Allegro Studios 1957 With Kenny Kramer on drums(The real Kramer from Seinfeld). Dance Dance Dance #1 in New England in 1959 sold 250,000 records. Live Performance on the Alan Freed Dance Party TV Show with

Full Bio IN Jacket of CD and 5X5 studio picture A short history of Scott Stevens and the Cavaliers. Original group founded in 1956 by Stephen Glaser And Steve Weil. The original name of the group was the Satelites, Appeared on Ted Mack Original Amatuer Hour and Won. 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 Baratone, Stephen Glaser(AKA Scott Stevens) Lead Singer and Composer. Signed by Ivy Records to a 4 record contract. Master "Dance Dance Dance" sold to ABC Paramount and released on their then new subsidiary APT records. Dance Dance Dance recorded at Bell Sound Studios with the Alan Freed Orchestra and Sam The Man Taylor on Saxaphone. THE ENTIRE RECORD SESSION TOOK 15 MINUTES. Pick of the week in Cashbox Magazine. Number one in New England. 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

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