They formed in the Bronx and made music  history as one of the pioneer girl groups of the 1950s. The group's powerful lead singer, ARLENE SMITH turns 76 today. The ladies had a string of popular doo wop ballads including "I Love You So," "He's Gone," "How Could You Call It Off," "Whoever You Are," "Every Night," "The Plea," "Look in My Eyes," "Well I Told You" and their biggest hit "Maybe." Hear their main claim to fame by clicking on the link below.