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The 1950’s Fabulous Foursome! This is a fan site of the original Diamonds of the 1950s. All  hailing from Canada, they made their way to  the U. S.,  and with their songs and energy, endeared themselves to  their fans forever.  The Diamonds - 1954 /  L - R -  Phil Levitt. Ted Kowalski, Dave Somerville, & Bill Reed Happy is the group that sells millions of records. Promotional Photo From the cover of their first album. During the recording of their first album. Early Photos First Personnel Change - L - R / Ted Kowalski, Mike Douglas, Bill Reed, & Dave Somerville, seated. Click thumbnails to enlarge. Click on arrow to forward.  You may pause on any photo. Second Personnel Change Third Personnel Change - L - R / Jim Malone, Evan Fisher, John Felten, and Mike Douglas. "Now & Then" - Top 1994 - Bottom - 1954. A little less hair, but still sounding great! Another reunion photo. Doo-Wop 51 - Phil Levitt & Dave Somerville From the PBS special, Doo-Wop 51. L - R / Dave Somerville, Ted Kowalski, Bill Reed, & Phil Levitt Doo-Wop 51 / L - R  Ted Kowalski, Bill Reed, & Phil Levitt The "Incredible" Bill Reed. Doo-Wop 51 - Ted & Bill 2000 PBS Special “Doo-Wop 51” From the PBS special "Magic Moments From the PBS special "Magic Moments From the PBS special "Magic Moments - Dave Somerville & Ted Kowalski 2004 PBS Special “Magic Moments -The Best Of '50s Pop”” Vocal Group Hall of Fame Presentation. Vocal Group Hall of Fame Performance - L - R / Dave Somerville, Ted Kowlaski, Dave Jackson, & Phil Levitt.  Bill Reed, the original bass, was aware of the award, but passed away before the presentation. 2006 Vocal Group Hall of Fame Performance 1st and Last Performance The First and Last Performance of the original Four. Alan Clark, Tommy Sands and the 4 Original Diamonds. Greek Theater - October 7, 1995 All 4 Original Diamonds and all 3 Original Angels. Greek Theater - October 7, 1995 1995 Rockabilly Hall of Fame