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"Will She Know?"
by The Serenaders
on Red Robin 115
released in 1953

Photo Of Royal Jokers-1955

Above: This is a photo of The Royal Jokers from 1955 that includes three members of The Serenaders. (L-R) Willie Jones, Norman Thrasher, Ted Green, Thearon Hill and Noah Howell. The Serenaders, who were from Detroit, consisted of Thrasher, Hill, Howell and Isaac Reese.

Red Robin Label-Will She Know?-Serenaders-1953
Above: The Serenaders only release on NYC's Red Robin label. Theron Hill is lead singer on this one. This is an excellent record. Even though the lyric "will she know" is somewhat overused (sang nine times), it is done with great feeling!

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Swing Time Label-Deep In My Heart-Muskateers-1953
Above: "Deep In My Heart" by The Muskateers on Swing Time 331 from 1953. Same group as The Serenaders. This song was originally issued as by The Musketeers on Roxy 801, a Detroit label, in early 1952 as "Goodbye My Love". The Serenaders also recorded for J-V-B (1952), Coral (1952), Deluxe (1953) and as The Royals for Venus (1954).

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