The Colts: also known (as Four Colts & a Filly), is an American vocal group from Bakersfield, California. The group's founding members consisted of a four-man line-up: lead singer Ruben Grundy, his brother Joe Grundy, Carl Moland. In 1955 while attending L.A. City College, in Los Angeles, New Jersey native Leroy Smith had joined the group. The following year later, the Colts had added singer: Mel Williams wife, Mickey Lynn, to their lineup, and changed the groups name to Four Colts & a Filly. The Colts is best known for their version, the first recording of the popular doowop clssic "Adorable." The Colts is also the first African American vocal group ever coming out of the San Joaquin Valley from Kern county.

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  • The Colts: also known (as Four Colts & a Filly), is an American vocal group from Bakersfield, California. The group's founding members consisted of a four-man line-up: lead singer Ruben Grundy, his brother Joe Grundy, Carl Moland. In 1955 while attending L.A. City College, in Los Angeles, New Jersey native Leroy Smith had joined the group. The following year later, the Colts had added singer: Mel Williams wife, Mickey Lynn, to their lineup, and changed the groups name to Four Colts & a Filly. The Colts is best known for their version, the first recording of the popular doowop clssic "Adorable." The Colts is also the first African American vocal group ever coming out of the San Joaquin Valley from Kern county. (en)
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  • 1953-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • Four Colts & a Filly (en)
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  • Leroy Smith
  • Carl Moland
  • From Computer's Left to Right ''
  • Joe Grundy
  • Ruben Grundy
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  • Leroy Smith
  • ''Ruben Grundy
  • Carl Moland
  • Joe Grundy
  • Mickey Lynn''
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  • The Colts: also known (as Four Colts & a Filly), is an American vocal group from Bakersfield, California. The group's founding members consisted of a four-man line-up: lead singer Ruben Grundy, his brother Joe Grundy, Carl Moland. In 1955 while attending L.A. City College, in Los Angeles, New Jersey native Leroy Smith had joined the group. The following year later, the Colts had added singer: Mel Williams wife, Mickey Lynn, to their lineup, and changed the groups name to Four Colts & a Filly. The Colts is best known for their version, the first recording of the popular doowop clssic "Adorable." The Colts is also the first African American vocal group ever coming out of the San Joaquin Valley from Kern county. (en)
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  • The Colts (Vocal Group) (en)
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