Originally formed in the Throggs Neck section of The Bronx, New York in August of 1964, by Lola & Tom Foy, "The Saints" have enjoyed a long and magnificent career in show business.  After having performed and recorded under many different guises, they have always managed to find their way back to their Doo Wop roots as well as their original name "The Saints". Along the way, there have been occasional changes in personnel and many bumps in the road but, amazingly, Lola & Tom are rapidly approaching their 50th year with the group.  Jim McGreevey has been with The Saints for 7 years and is a seasoned veteran. Tony Torre and Jerry Long are the newest members of Lola & The Saints, (going on 6 years now), and they have become an integral part of the ensemble.  Each and every member of this five piece vocal group has, at one time, been a part of some of the finest 50s and 60s Doo Wop groups.  The Impalas, Randy and the Rainbows, featuring Randy Safuto, Gene Hughes' Casinos, The Emotions  and the very popular acappella group Street Blues

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