The Mystics have dazzled fans for decades with their rock and roll classics, playing to captivate audiences and thundering applause from coast to coast. Today two original members & Doo-Wop Music Hall of Famers – George Galfo & Phil Cracolici look back with pride, and a new day has begun in keeping those harmonies coming. Let us go back in time to 1959. The key words here are doo-wop and harmony – light, simple & ever so beautiful. It was the late ‘50s and the words were heard on the airwaves and fans sung along “Hushabye, hushabye – oh my darling don’t you cry, Guardian angel from above – take care of the one I love”. The sound of The Mystics still harbor the soft breezes of harmony perfection & the audience’s embrace & applause continue to shine a glow and as The Mystics continue in their quest of keeping the sounds of harmony doo-wop alive in our hearts! The Mystics recreate their many appearances on Dick Clark’s American Bandstand and sing their own hit records like “Hushabye,” “The White Cliffs of Dover,” “Sunday Kind of Love” and “Don’t Take the Stars.” To see the MYSTICS on stage is possible, to forget the Mystics is impossible!