The Main Street Singers
George Menschell: "One night in 1960, I'll never forget this, uh, we were at a hootenanny and we were jamming with the Klapper Family. And all of the sudden, I heard it. The sound that I'd been thinking about. It was just... The harmonics were amazing. I thought, well, there's five of us, there's four of them. It's a neuf-tet. And it was there, just in a moment, it was all there. The neuf-tet sound. Well, this thing clicked with the Klappers too, so we joined forces and we became The Main Street Singers."
Later, founding member George Menschell (Paul Dooley) forms a new group with some of the children of the original members, called The New Main Street Singers.