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thediamondsHit records include “Little Darlin”, “The Stroll, & “Silhouettes”.

The Diamonds began their recording career in 1956 with the hit record “Why Do Fools Fall In Love”. This was followed by “Church Bells May Ring” and in early 1957 they recorded “Little Darlin’”. That year “Little Darlin’” was one of the most popular songs in America as well as Europe, staying on the charts for 35 weeks. It is now considered a rock and roll classic, dubbed the “National Anthem Of Rock and Roll”. Continuing with a string of hits including “The Stroll”, “Silhouettes”, “She Say”, “One Summer Night” and “Thousand Miles Away”, the Diamonds have sold over 40 million records.