Singer Dion DiMucci first hit the charts in 1958 with a backup doo wop group called the Belmonts. Dion also had a successful solo career as a pioneering rock singer, and a brief comeback with the folk-tinged "Abraham, Martin, and John." In the eighties, he recorded several gospel albums. He still tours today, playing and singing songs from all phases of his long career.
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All Music Guide: Dion
Biography, discography, links to related artists.
Box Set Shows Range of Dion
Review of "King of the New York Streets."
The official site of this 50s and 60s teen idol includes a photo gallery, gig and tour schedule, biography, discography with purchasing information, and an insight into his spiritual journey.
Dion & the Belmonts
Two-part story on local guys from the Bronx who made it big. Covers their recording careers together, apart, reunited. Also information on two live performances.
Dion DiMucci and the Belmonts
Provides photographs and biography of this successful white doo-wop act, songs and chart rankings.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Dion
Information on the 1989 inductee.
Drummer Frank Funaro, formerly of the Del-Lords, talks about one of his favorite drum tracks. One could say that he is pleased to be playing in the Little Kings with Dion.
Return to the Church
Hourlong interview from "The Journey Home" in which Dion DiMucci talks about his Christian faith and fields viewers' questions. [RealAudio.] (June 18, 1999)
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