The CLOVERS: Then and Now Project is a documentary on the history of The
CLOVERS coming up in the Washington DC area. The documentary will
feature Mr. Harold Winley, the last surviving original member, and Mr.
King Raymond Green, whom has brought the current group together. This
documentary will have clips of the
original group's live performances in the 1950's, pictures and scenery of the Washington DC
areas where The CLOVERS came up and performed, interviews with Harold Winley
and King Raymond Green and coverage of their upcoming live show at the Howard Theater.
Who are The CLOVERS?
The CLOVERS are a singing group that was founded by Harold "Hal"
Lucas in 1946, in Washington DC. In 1949, Harold Winley joined the group, replacing their bass singer Billy Shelton.
That same year guitarist Bill Harris joined the group, making The
Clovers complete. The original members of the Clovers included: John
"Buddy" Bailey, who sang lead; Hal Lucas, who sang baritone; Harold Winley, who
sang bass; Mathew McQuater, who sang second tenor; and Bill Harris, who played guitar.
The CLOVERS Then
The CLOVERS Now
How can you help?
We are looking for investors and funding. The best way to help us is through donations and word of mouth about the documentary. If you are a music fan, a doowoper, or if you love
learning about Washington DC and the history of music and culture in this area, then this project is going to be of interest to you. We understand the importance of our fans and investors support.
If you are interested in becoming a
sponsor or a private investor, please fill out the contact form (on this website, under the Contact Us tab).
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