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About A Tribute To The Delltones

The Delltones formed in 1958 as a four-piece vocal doo-wop, harmony quartet based in Sydney. They became a household name after releasing several hit singles including “Get a Job”, “Hangin 5”, and “Come a Little Bit Closer”. In 1962, "Get a Little Dirt on Your Hands" reached the top five on the local charts only 5 weeks after Noel Widerberg was tragically killed in an auto accident. Pee Wee Wilson, with his famous bass voice, reformed the group which kept performing as a fully instrumental harmony group, and toured extensively around Australia and overseas. Finally in 2016, Pee Wee Wilson, decided to retire after 5 decades of successful touring, but they were not done yet. The group reformed in 2017 and they continue performing as a “A Tribute to the Delltones” with Woody Finlayson, lead guitarist and vocalist for 30 years. He is joined by Andre Els, bass singer for the famous harmony group Yakaty Yak, and they are joined by other talented band members to create a popular harmony group. The group is successfully touring with the new lineup, and is performing the wonderful vocals, songs and harmonies of the famous Delltones. If you would like to see them at a venue near you, please let us know by leaving a message on our Contact page, and tell the venue about us!

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