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Zola Taylor with the original
members of The Platters
Zola Taylor's Platters Revue Live
at Trump's Taj Mahal in Atlantic City
Early in 1954, Buck Ram thought it would be a
good idea to add a female to "The Platters" and as luck would have it Zola
Taylor was rehearsing at Alex Hodge's house, with Cornell Gunther's
sister, Shirley (a group called "The Queens".) Shortly after meeting the
group, Zola joined "The Platters." In August of 1954, Paul Robi replaced
In 1955, "The Platters" signed a
recording contract with Mercury Records. "The Platters" ended up putting
Mercury on the International map.
"The Platters" recorded just under 400
songs, sold well over 89 Million records, performed in over 91 countries,
and received over two hundred and thirty awards from all over the world.
"The Platters" have appeared in
twenty-seven movies, some you may remember: "Rock Around The Clock," "The
Girl Can't Help It" (Jane Mansfield,) "Europe By Night," "Girls Town"
(Paul Anka,) "Carnival Rock," and twenty-two more in Mexico, Spain,
France, Italy, Japan, and Israel.
"The Platters" were inducted into the
Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 1990.
Zola Taylor's Platters Revue - Live at Trump's Taj Mahal