More Than 50 years ago, five young men from Clairton, PA, had a dream. They wanted to be entertainers. THE HOLIDAYS debuted in 1958. One of the young men left the group after a year and was replaced by a female singer. They then introduced a style of harmonies most comparable to JIMMY BEAUMONT and the SKYLINERS. THE HOLIDAYS enjoyed regional and national notoriety in the early 1960s, recording and performing hit songs such as Then Ill Be Tired Of You, Lonely Summer, One Little Kiss, A Love I Never Had, written by Joe Rock and Jimmy Beaumont, and Miss You which was their biggest and still most requested song.
In 1999 the two remaining original singers added Sam Ferrella as their new front man. It wasnt long before Sam added to his responsibilities as lead singer, the task as the groups manager. He continues to sing with a new line up of vocal singers who share the spot lights with him. The last original member recently retired. Sam bought and now owns the name, THE HOLIDAYS and promotes the group throughout the tri-states and further.