Death Of A Legend: 'The Lettermen' Lead Singer Jim Pike Passed Away At 82
June 21, 2019
The Lettermen was a famous male pop vocal trio in the 60's that has achieved sixteen top 10 singles and released several albums.
The group was mostly known for its close-harmony pop songs with light arrangements. It was formed in 1961 by Jim Pike, Bob Engemann and Tony Butala.
Jim Pike left the Lettermen in 1973, after his voice worn out because of constant concerts and touring. Pike was replaced by his youngest brother, Donny Pike.