The Whispers

The Whispers are among the few that remain at the very forefront of the "soul survivors," in this decade. These four men have been singing together as The Whispers for over three decades and they also are among the precious few stand-up vocal groups still actively recording and performing in the 90's.

The key to The Whispers ability to survive is Togetherness, with their ever-changing times. The Whispers are as bad as ever, dazzling the audience and leaving them speechless. This group began with twin brothers Walter and Wallace Scott, Nicholas Caldwell, Marcus Hutson and Gordy Harmon in 1964. They would dream of being big stars, "we'd be outside singing till four a.m.," recalls Walter, "we'd be out there doowooping."

Their Hits Include “One For The Money,”  “Lady,” “It’s A Love Thang,” "The Time Has Come," "Seems Like I Gotta Do Wrong," "And the Beat Goes On."