Charles Mccaleb, born and raised in St. Louis, is an excellent tenor with a voice of pure elegance and enchantment. He has opened for such acts as, The Whispers, The Stylistics, Millie Jackson, The Isley Brothers, The Dramatics, The Dells and many more. Charles Mccaleb studied at Catherine Dunham Dance School of Arts in St. Louis, Illinois for many years. Charles also lived in Las Vegas, NV for 29 years and performed with The Imperials for eight years or more. Charles career has taken him many places around the world such as Japan, Tokyo, Osaka, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, South America as well as Spain where he lived and performed for three years. He returned to the states in 1996, and since then has developed a tribute to The Four Tops called Vintage.
Andre King, native of Cleveland Ohio, started his music Journey at the age of four. A gifted dancer and drummer began singing and shared the stage with many artists including: The Drifters, Bill Pinkney, The Original Drifters, and also The Imperials for many years. Having worked Vegas off and on for 25 years, had great success with a group called Sound Investment and Showtime and now has been with Charles for about 8 years off and on with his four top review.
Keith Blake sings 1st, 2nd tenor and baritone. With 48 years of stage experience and performing all over the U.S. and worldwide, including: Germany, Japan, Singapore, Guam, the Philippines and China. Born & raised in Chicago but now living in Las Vegas for 19 years now sang background vocals in a live show for the legendary Barbra Streisand at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas. Currently singing (nine years) with the last surviving member of the world-famous Platters, Mr. Sonny Turner. Also performed in several Legends in Concert venues in Myrtle Beach & Atlantic City as The Temptations and the Four Tops.
Lawrence Maurice, a native Clevelander, has worked and toured the world as wing man for friend and mentor, Mr.Richard Street, former lead singer of the legendary Temptations for a number of years. “I was very fortunate to meet with Charles and subsequently worked with him as an Imperial and the mighty Four Tops. Lawrence also played and starred in some off Broadway shows along the East Coast shows such as “Smokey Joe’s Café.”