If you were alive in 1957, and old enough to enjoy Rock and Roll, you will probably remember the group “The Diamonds” who had just launched their super hit “Little Darlin’.” For those of you too young to remember, it was a time when performers actually had fun, enjoyed themselves, respected their fans, dressed appropriately — their lyrics could be (more or less!) understood. They did not feel obligated to scream, eat the microphone, mumble inaudible lyrics, or trash the set. In 1957, The Diamonds had a hit with “Little Darlin’.” Forty-seven years later, they were requested to perform in Atlantic City. Here are both performances. Tom Hanks’ father is much better looking than Tom, and even better looking with age — he’s the lead singer on the left. He still has it! Hope you enjoy. Two performances, 47 years apart
3 thoughts on “The Diamonds’ “Little Darlin'” — Then & Now!”
No relation to Tom Hanks, sorry.
Is it me or does he look like Tom Hanks in 1957 and now he looks like Bob Barker.
Jess, you’ve done it again! Great little tidbits of yesteryear, our era. You have
done our Alma Mater proud.