Gene Cornish (Rock & Roll Hall of Fame: The Rascals also played in Bulldog & Fotomaker),

In 1965, Gene Cornish, Felix Cavaliere and Eddie Brigati teamed up with drummer Dino Danelli to form a little group who were at first called the Young Rascals. A year later, Cornish saw the release of his debut album with the band. Between 1966 and 1971, he recorded eight albums with the group, over a dozen singles, and earned a number of hits for his effort. Cornish enjoyed the success of The Rascals until 1971, when he stepped out of the lineup to join a new act, Bulldog. later, he and Danelli took up spots in Fotomaker. The group recorded a few albums in the late '70s before Cornish moved on to G.C. Dangerous. Before the '90s rolled in, Cornish and some of the other members from the original Rascals reunited for a brief time to do small tours and even to make a few television appearances. They performed together in 1997 when the group was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

 

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