The Drifters are the longest-lasting American doo-wop and R&B/soul vocal group. They were originally formed to serve as a backing group for late great Clyde McPhatter in 1953. Since then, the Group have seen massive chart success around the World with over 120 million album sales and 220 million single sales, with a vast catalogue of hits. Through turmoil and changes, they managed to set musical trends and continuously give the public record breaking chart hits, most of which are legendary recordings today. Hits like the ever popular classics, "There Goes My Baby", "Under The Boardwalk”, “White Christmas”, “Save the Last Dance for Me”, “This Magic Moment”, “Up On the Roof” and “On Broadway” paved the way to an infallible legacy. In 1988, the group was inducted into the R-n-R Hall of Fame.