The Ink Spots were the inspiration for many black vocal groups of the 1950s – for The Ink Spots were black but had hits in the white charts.
They sang in close harmony with a light backing behind their clear, easy vocals.
Their last British hit was Melody Of Love in 1955.
Orville “Hoppy” Jones
Vocals, cello (bass)
Ivory “Deek” Watson
Vocals, guitar, ukulele