Previous Vocal Group Record of the Week
(Week of 6/23/01 - 6/29/01)


"My Song"
by Herb Kenny With The Rockets
on M-G-M 11332-A
released in 1952

Photo Of Herb Kenny

Above: Photo of Herb Kenny. He was the bass singer for The Ink Spots from 1945 to 1951. In 1950, his "Key To My Heart" was released on Aladdin. In mid-1952, Herb and The Comets released "Only You"/"When The Lights Go On Again" on Federal. Later in 1952, his first record on MGM with The Rockets was released.

The Ink Spots were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in 1989 and the UGHA Hall Of Fame 1n 1992.


MGM Label (78)-My Song-Herb Kenny With The Rockets-1952 MGM Label (45)-My Song-Herb Kenny With The Rockets-1952
Above: Label images (78 & 45 rpm) for "My Song" by Herb Kenny With The Rockets. This is the their first of five releases on M-G-M (1952-53). The Rockets (same group as Comets) were purportedly a white group that did backup work for Perry Como on his TV show.

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