Dick & Dee Dee
Dick and Dee Dee is an American singer-songwriter duo that reached popularity in the early to mid-1960s. The group was originally founded by California classmates Mary Sperling and Richard Gosting. They eventually changed their names to Dee Dee Sperling (currently Dee Dee Phelps) and Dick St. John. They had their first hit in 1961 when "The Mountain's High" reached #2 on the Billboard 100. They toured with The Beach Boys as their back up band and opened for the Rolling Stones during the Stones' 1964 tour of California. Regulars on the show Shindig!, the duo had multiple hit songs before St. John and Sperling disbanded in 1969. In the 1980s, St. John toured with his wife, Sandy. Dick St. John died on December 27, 2003. In 2007, Dee Dee Phelps released her memoir, Vinyl Highway, Singing as Dick and Dee Dee in the Sixties. She began performing as Dick and Dee Dee with actor/singer Michael Dunn in 2008, performing in large doo wop and rock and roll shows throughout the United States.
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