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The Chordettes were an all-female popular music group that formed in 1946. They are most often remembered for their hit songs "Mr. Sandman" and "Lollipop". The principal members of the group were: 1. Jinny Osborn (originally Jinny Lockard) - Jinny was one of the original founders of The Chordettes. She was primarily known for her involvement in the group since she retired from music afterwards to concentrate on her family. 2. Carol Buschmann - Carol along with Jinny Osborn co-formed The Chordettes. Like Jinny, she is best known for her involvement with the group. 3. Janet Ertel - Janet joined the group later and she's mainly known as a lead vocalist for The Chordettes. After the disbandment of the group, she stepped away from the music industry. 4. Lynn Evans - Another later addition, Lynn Evans was noted as the lead singer for many of their well-known songs. After The Chordettes, she pursued a solo career to a moderate success. 5. Margie Needham - Joined later in 1953, Needham replaced Osborn. She is mostly known for her membership in The Chordettes. After the group disbanded, she also retired from the music industry. 6. Alice Mae Buschmann Spieth - She replaced Margie Needham in The Chordettes and is best known for being a part of this group. Each of these members were collectively known for their role in The Chordettes and helped to achieve its signature harmonious sound that made them one of the top vocal groups of the 1950s. Individually, they did not have significant standalone careers in music apart from Lynn Evans who pursued a solo career that was moderately successful.

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Oct. 28, 2023, 7:32 p.m.

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Published: Saturday, October 28, 2023

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