Angelo and the Initials
This Cleveland group recorded three 45s for Congress records, featuring a greaser-rock style and group harmony vocals. They played greaser clubs downtown and on the eastside. The band was lead by Angelo Orteca. Angelo ended up the owner of Fat Alberts club in the 1970s. He passed away in 1999.
School Day / The Song Is Number One - Congress 207
Dancing In The Sand / Seventeen Guys On A Blanket At The Beach - Congress 219
Someday She'll Love Me / I Should Have Listened - Congress 229