The Four Preps

The Four Preps are an American popular music male quartet. In the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, the group amassed eight gold singles and three gold albums. Its million-selling signature tunes included "26 Miles," "Big Man," "Lazy Summer Night," and "Down by the Station".
The Four Preps' numerous television and motion picture appearances included four years backing teen heartthrob Ricky Nelson on The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet and appearing with Sandra Dee in the film Gidget. Their most recent television appearance was with the award-winning 2004 PBS special, Magic Moments: The Best of 50s Pop.
The current incarnation of the Four Preps features co-founder and original lead singer Bruce Belland, Bob Duncan, Michael Redman, and Jim Armstrong. Their shows are currently an amalgamation of singing everything from doo-wop to Tin Pan Alley standards and comedy.

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Top SongsAlbum
She Was Five and He Was TenDown By the Station2:22
Losing YouSongs for a Campus Party2:38
Detroit CitySongs for a Campus Party3:08
Swing Down Chariot (Live)The Original Four Preps Sing Folk Favorites & Country Classics2:28
He's Gone Away (Live)The Original Four Preps Sing Folk Favorites & Country Classics2:22
Down By The StationBest Of The Four Preps2:49
Sampus SerenadeCampus Confidential3:35
More Money For You and MeThe Four Preps on Campus6:28
Big ManThe 50's - A Decade to Remember: At The Hop2:28
(Wait Till You) Hear It From MeThe Single Collection, Vol. 22:14
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