Tommy B wrote at 2009-12-17 02:08:06
I'm Tommy Blackwell Jr. The group name after the Carnations was the Fuegos. Also, it was Matthew Moales.

Kenny Blackwell wrote at 2010-01-12 16:06:54
Actually The guy who sang with my brother Arthur Blackwell early on had the last name was "Moales" (who's first name escapes me) he is the brother of Bishop Kenneth Moales of Bridgeport Ct, hence the confusion  

Ms. McCoy wrote at 2013-05-20 17:08:29
As Tommy B Jr added in 2009, he is correct. My dad was also part of the "next" group Fuegos. However, I hear that my uncle Major performed on a previous mentioned song, during "Startone" days. the song No Time for Tears.  


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I don't claim to be an expert in anything, but I'll do my best to answer questions about Doo Wop, Rock & Roll, and R&B, and find lyrics, in the 50's, and 60. We very seldom know what the song is, and the artist, off the top of our heads. Remember, there are millions of songs out there. Therefore, we have to do research for your answer. The majority of the time, people send partial lyrics, and most of the time they're off in remembering the exact lyrics. All we can do to research a song like this is to enter the lyrics you provide into a search engine, and hope we come up with the song. Many time we don't come up with the answer, for lack of the proper information provided, BUT, not all songs and lyrics are on the Internet. Someone has to put them on. Also, I've found song titles with out lyrics, and a note saying that the artist or writer of the song chooses NOT to put the lyrics out on the Internet, for whatever reason they may have. We try our hardest to come up with answers for you. That's our pride, or at least it's mine. I like to help people, that's why I'm here, and I feel bad every time I can't answer a question.


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