BENNIE ANDERSON & THE DRIFTERS

For over four decades, THE DRIFTERS have been a trend setting Rhythm and Blues group with numerous chart-topping hits to their credit.

First entering Billboard’s Top 40 in June 1959 with “THERE GOES MY BABY”, THE DRIFTERS went all the way to the number two position, bound for stardom with a million seller under their belts on the first try.

The hits were non-stop as THE DRIFTERS rose in popularity on Billboard’s Top 40 on the Atlantic record label. In September of 1960, THE DRIFTERS hit again with “SAVE THE LAST DANCE FOR ME”, a number one recording that spent fourteen weeks on Billboard’s Top 40. “UP ON THE ROOF” made 1962 memorable year, followed by the other popular “ON BROADWAY” in 1963. In July of 1964, THE DRIFTERS entered the TOP 40 again with the unforgettable “UNDER THE BOARDWALK”, a number four hit single (and to date, most requested song) that spent twelve weeks on the charts.

THE DRIFTERS entertain year round at concert halls, convention halls, conventions, private parties and on cruises as well as making television appearances. They receive accolades whenever they perform.

Audiences are dazzled by their stage appearance, smooth lyrics and are excited when asked to become involved in their performances, whether it be dancing, singing along with songs or both.

The Drifters Discography

There Goes My Baby
Dance With Me
(If You Cry) True Love, True Love
This Magic Moment
Save the Last Dance For Me
I Count The Tears
Some Kind Of Wonderful
Please Stay
Sweets For My Sweet
When My Little Girl Is Smiling
Up On The Roof
On Broadway
I’ll Take You Home
Under The Boardwalk