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This rock 'n' roll vocal group came from Queens, New York, USA. The members were brothers Dominick (lead) and Frank Safuto (baritone). Randy and the Rainbows came out of the thriving New York Italian-American vocal group scene and were one of the last to get a national hit before self-contained bands began dominating popular music.

The group can be traced back to 1959 and the formation of the Dialtones, which consisted of the Safuto brothers, a cousin Eddie Scalla, and their lead, Rosalie Calindo. In 1960 they recorded for George Goldner's Goldisc label. Around 1963 the Safuto brothers joined with the Zero brothers and Arcipowski to form Randy And The Rainbows. They hooked up with the Tokens' production company and recorded "Denise", which when it came out on a Laurie Records subsidiary became a Top 10 hit. Read more on our "About Us" page.
The recording of a classic Oldie by Randy & The Rainbows, featuring Randy Safuto singing lead to, "Denise" was featured in the series finale of "The Sopranos"  Sunday June 10, 2007.

The group Randy and the Rainbows evolved from The Dialtones, which in 1959 included Randy (Dom) Safuto and Frank Safuto, Rosalie Calindo, and Eddie Scalla, the Safutos' cousin. After recording during the early '60s for Goldisc the Safutos hooked up with three other neighborhood singers in 1962 to become Randy & the Rainbows.
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