"STILL IN STYLE" is a harmony group with style and so much more.
Along with stage presence, and great smooth harmonies. They bring a
nostalgic excitement to the spotlight".
So says the ultimate doo wop critic, Don K. Reed, host of the original
DOO WOP SHOP on WCBS-101FM in New York City.
STILL IN STYLE has been privileged to work with Don. K. Reed at the
summer festival at the Izod Arena at the Meadowlands in N.J.,
Mickey B-The Prince of Rock n’ Roll at the Patchogue Theater whereby,
Still In Style opened the show for The Duprees, Emil Stucchio &
The Classics, Vito & The Salutations, The Excellents, The Emotions,
Randy & The Rainbows, and Cathy & The Revivals. The group has also
performed with The Trlbunes, The 4 Pops, and the 3rd Edition.




STILL IN STYLE has also contributed their time and effort to many
charitable events such as "Rolling Thunder" 9th‘ anniversary show for ourveterans, held in Coney Island, New York, and received a certificate of appreciation for this event “Iron Shields”, a police motorcycle organization held in Medford, New York, and they were invited to perform
with the late & legendary Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge for the Huntington & Islip N.Y.Breast Cancer Coalitions..

The members of STILL IN STYLE have been in the industry for some
time with experience over four decades. All members have recorded with
their own groups of the past, and have recently joined forces to originate
as the current group, known as STILL IN STYLE.

The members as the group is currently constituted are as follows;


FIRST TENOR/LEAD :  John McCormick,
known as
Johnny Mc. Iohny formalIy sang with the
Del Counts, and Oasis.
John is known for his fine falsetto rifts.

BARITONE/SECOND TENOR /LEAD:  Rick Ferrari,
known as "Moe”.
Moe, formerly sang with the
Enchantments, a group that was
the opening act for Don Rickles
in Las Vegas, and Reno.

BARITONE/SECOND TENOR/LEAD: Tony Turano,
known as Tony T.,
a.k.a.: Little Anthony. Tony sang
with the Sovereigns, and recently
sang with the Passions on a doo wop
cruise including such groups as The
Dubs, The Del Vikings,
and Vito Piccone and the Elegants.
BASS: Bunky David
Sang with The Devotions which Released a hit song “Rip Van Winkle”. Bunky's
fine bass adds to the completion of Still In Style’s
dynamic harmonies.
FIRST TENOR/LEAD: Charlie  Schaffner,
Nobody has a better time than Charlie on stage. Charlie originally comes from the Ridgewood  section located on the border line of Brooklyn/Queens, famous for being the home of the Fascinators, Five Discs, Encounters and the Fantastics. It was on the streets of this neighborhood where he developed his craft which enabled him to be a part of "Lost in the '50's