WALLY LESTER, April 21, 73 years old. A member of the 50's doo-wop group The Skyliners whose biggest hit was "Since I Don't Have You."

SID TEPPER, April 24, 96 years old. Songwriter whose tunes were recorded by the Beatles, Jeff Beck, Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and many others.

JACK ELY, April 27, 71 years old. As a one-time member of The Kingsmen, Jack is the one who sang lead on the classic 1963 tune "Louie, Louie."

SUZANNE CROUGH, April 27, age 52. While considered an actress, she was the youngest member of the semi-fictional TV group The Partridge Family, 'Tracy Partridge.' Even though she didn't sing on the records, her unique place in music history was that of an actor who portrayed a singer in a group that actually made records. Sounds confusing, but not really.

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