The Raspberries

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The Raspberries
The Raspberries

The Raspberries are power pop/rock band who rose to fame via their debut album, Raspberries.

Members

  • Eric Carmen
  • Wally Bryson
  • Dave Smalley
  • Jim Bonfanti

Former Members

  • Michael McBride
  • Scott McCarl
  • John Aleksic'

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About

The Raspberries was formed in 1970 at Cleveland, Ohio by Eric Carmen on lead vocals, rhythm guitar, piano, Jim Bonfanti on drums, Wally Bryson on lead vocals, lead guitar and John Alexsic. They signed a recording contract under Capitol Records. Their first single, "Go All The Way" was issued in 1972 which landed at #5 in The US Charts. Their debut album, Raspberries was also released that year. The album spent 30 weeks in the Charts. Their second album, Fresh Raspberries was issued in October 1972. In October 1973, their next album, Side 3 was released under Capitol Records. Their fourth and final album, Starting Over was released in October 1974. In 1975, the band disbanded.

Chart Toppers

Year Pop Albums Album
1972 51 Raspberries
1973 36 Fresh

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Discography

Albums

Singles

Date Title Label
2000 Refreshed Legend Star

Compilations & Live Releases

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