The Sophomores, and Me (Paperback)
|Author: Daniel W. Hood|
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Daniel (Dan) Hood, and the Clements brothers, Rolly and Donald are senior citizens living a life of leisure. Now retired, they often reminisce about the trials and tribulations that confronted their Doo-Wop singing group, The Sophomores while trying to achieve stardom more than 44 years ago. Suddenly, they are thrust back into the limelight when theyÂ're asked to perform at Boston Symphony Hall during an awards ceremony. However, theyÂ're faced with a couple of very serious problems. First and foremost, not only have they been out of contact with each other for a long time, they havenÂ't sung together since 1972 when their voices were strong and vibrant. Secondly, Dan is shocked to learn that their lead singer, Major Â?EddieÂ? Brooks has died and he doubts if anyone can replace him. The Sophomores, and me is the story about how these three, aging, life-long friends, with the help of another famous singer, muster up enough strength, determination and courage to overcome these problems. One member of the Sophomores in particular, finds an answer (change to to) too many personal questions that have troubled him throughout his life. Ironically, a series of unexpected events also takes place that help to bring closure to someone he thought heÂ'd never see again.