Ray Brewster -
Ray Brewster started his career as a teenager with Los Angeles based groups - the Penguins (Earth Angel), Colts (Adorable) and  Fortunes (Trees).
 
Ray then became a member of another L.A. group, the Hollywood Flames (Buzz, Buzz, Buzz). This period opened the door to some of Ray's greatest adventures. Such as touring with the Hollywood based "Star of Stars Shows" and sharing the stage with such notables as Johnny Mathis, Mickey Rooney, Sammy Davis Jr., Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope and Harry James.
 
When Earl Carroll (Speedo) the original lead vocalist of the Cadillacs (Speedo, Gloria, Down The Road) left to replace a vocalist with the Coasters Ray was asked to take over the leadership of the New York based Cadillacs. Ray Brewster and the Cadillacs made numerous appearances at the world famous Apollo Theater in New York and many other venues such as Trop World in Atlantic City, Disneyland and the 4 Queens Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. 
 
In more recent years Ray was asked to become a member of the world-renowned Platters. While singing with the Platters Ray had the honor to be a part of George Burns' 98th birthday celebration at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas. Ray's time with the Platters led to tours throughout the world.
 
 
 
 
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Discography:
1964: I Need Love/You're Hung - Atco
1966: The Worlds of White and Brown/The Love Song - Diamond
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