“The Acchords “
New York's Top Oldies Group, whose vocal talents emanate incredible smooth harmony, are recording artists; Tommy McManus, Warren Tesoro, Phil Point and Billy Regalbuto. They are the fabulous vocal group sensation: ACCHORDS
Tommy McManus, founder of the Acchords, achieved celebrity status through his songwriting, radio voice-over commercials, television, movie appearances and group appearances at Westbury Music Fair. He is a charismatic foundation, who brings sweet sounding harmony to life in each performance. Phil Point comes to the Acchords from Long Island where he had performed with various endeavors such as: The Rubber band, Aretha Franklin and Kathy Jean and The Roommates. His versatility and vast experience enabled him to sing both leads and background vocals. Billy Regalbuto is the kid from Brooklyn with an extraordinary powerful vocal range that lends brightness to the group as first tenor. Warren Tesoro exudes versatility as evidenced by his associations with Norman Fox and The Rob Roys, The Dubs, Kid Kyle and The Larkings
Tommy, Phil, Billy and Warren have appeared with Rock and Roll super stars such as: Aretha Franklin, The Dubs, The Dell-Vikings, Earl Lewis and the Channels, Johnny Maestro and The Brooklyn Bridge, Willy Winfield and the Harptones, The Solitaires, The Classics, The Mystics, The Passions, Buddy Holly's Original Crickets, Joey D and The Starlighters, The Duprees, The Emotions, The Shangri-Las, The Eternals, Ronnie Spector, Bobby Rydell, Frankie Avalon, Chubby Checker, Darlene Love and a host of others.
The Acchords were also the recipients of the 2011 Wildwood New Jersey Music Award for being the most original sounding group artists on the East Coast today for keeping the music of the 50s, 60s and 70s alive.