|This group hails from the Motor City of Detroit. The Reflections name hangs proudly in The Cleveland Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. You saw them recently on the PBS Special "Rock, Rhythem Doo-Wop" that showcased the Pioneers of Rock & Roll. During the British Invasion of the Sixties, they were one of th efew groups to land a string of top selling hits. Their first hit "Just Like Romeo & Juliet" was a multi-million seller, and in quick sucession, The Reflections continued to dominate the charts with top 40 hits "Poor Man's Son", Shabby Little Hut", and "Just like Columbus". Followed by tours on the Dick Clark "Caravan of Stars." The Reflections achieved success purley on their well-crafted harmonies and cool professionalism. It's no wonder that four decades later The Reflections are still heralded as one of the finest vocal groups from the Sixties era. They were called upon for a Command Performance for President George Bush. they are still performing today, to sell out shows and standing ovations. Their benues include: :Las Vegas Conventions, National Doo-wop Concerts, Festivals, Fairs, City Events, Corporate Events, Private Events, Country Club, Casinos.