Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s The Drifters Life Story Interview…..
The Drifters are one of the most famous groups in the world.
With hits including ‘Save The Last Dance For Me’, ‘Up On The Roof’ & ‘On Broadway’ – The Drifters are one of the biggest and most popular groups in the world.
Belfield got to meet the boys…..
The current line up continues the legacy. In 2009 the brand was re-aligned with its former label Atlantic Records / Rhino with four new releases. The first in over 35yrs on an album dedicated to the late Johnny Moore ‘Five Decades and Moore’
In 2014 the brand was re-aligned with its former label Sony Music with the first new release in over 30yrs on the ‘Up on the Roof’ album which went gold.
he Drifters are the longest running group in pop history still performing live. For 52 years, they have undergone many line-up changes and featured 57 different singers, including legendary lead vocalists Johnny Moore, Clyde McPhatter, Ben E. King and Rudy Lewis.
The Drifters in 2005 are directly descended from those early days and feature long-term members Peter Lamarr, Patrick Alan, Rohan Delano Turney and newest recruit, Victor Bynoe.
Playing to sell-out audiences throughout the UK, they are being praised by critics for performing one of The Drifters best ever live shows. The show is so good that Prime Minister TONY BLAIR requested The Drifters perform for his ‘Leaders Reception’ at the Labour Party Conference in Brighton!
Recorded 2006 by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio and Capital Gold.