Music Museum of New England
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To preserve, honor and showcase New England’s musical heritage.

The G-Clefs

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When the G-Clefs — brothers Teddy, Chris, Tim, and Ilanga Scott, and their pal Ray Gibson — first started performing in Roxbury backyards in the early 1950s, people paid a penny to see them. Just a few years later, they hit the national charts with the doo-wop songs “Ka Ding Dong” and “Cause You’re Mine.” By the time the band purchased the Peppermint Lounge in Revere — renaming it The Pied Piper — they were doing multiple shows every weeknight and more on Sundays. After performing around the world numerous
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