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1957 Hi-Fi Quartet

Group Members

Tenor
Phil Bramlett (1957)

Lead
Shorty Bradford (1957)

Baritone
Ed Dotson (1957)

Bass
Seals Hilton (1957)

Pianist
Lee Roy Abernathy (1957)

Hi-Fi Quartet (1957)

The Hi-Fi Quartet was a short-lived quartet that existed between the time Fred Maples retired from the Harmoneers in 1956 and Bob Crews took over management of the Harmoneers in 1957.

Members of the Hi-Fi Quartet included Phil Bramlett (tenor), Shorty Bradford (lead), Ed Dotson (baritone), Seals Hilton (bass), and Lee Roy Abernathy (piano). They recorded at least one 45 single as background singers on a recording that featured Happy Edwards.

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