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William “Poogie” Hart from the Grammy Winning Delfonics

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William "Poogie" Hart from the Grammy Winning Legends, The Defonics, on Thursday 5/15/2014 @ 4PM {PST}.  To listen to the show click the link, or: ON DAY OF SHOW ONLY: Call in to speak with the host 347-215-7169.

William “Poogie” Hart, the original tenor voice of the Delfonics having a unique style with distinctive choreography caught the world by storm in the late 1960’s. William hart having the love of music as well as the talent of writing has been the glue to the fame of the Delfonics. At the age of 14, he organized his first group: Little Hart & the Everglows; The Veltones, The Four Guys, The Orfonics and the Grammy award winning Delfonics. With “He Doesn’t Really Love You”: as an instant hit followed by “You’ve Been Untrue” the Delfonics were on the rise! “La La Means I Love You” at #2 on billboard’s top 100 the Delfonics continued to release hit songs: “You Get Yours , I’ll Get Mines”, “Break Your Promise” and “I’m Sorry”. The Delfonics caught the rising tide of R&B and pop music at just the right time in the late 1960’s when young male groups were coming into their own. The Delfonics quickly became a stellar attraction on worldwide concerts, college campuses and became one of the most sought after groups to appear at the world renowned Apollo Theater in New York. William Hart, original lead singer owner of trademark and service mark to the name Delfonics. In 1970, “Didn’t I Blow Your Mind” was released and overnight instantly became #1 on billboard top 100. Winning a Grammy for best R&B song of the year the Delfonics continue to have hits songs that reached billboard’s top 20.