May 2022 marks the 63rd year since the release of "HUSHABYE".   


             The MYSTICS Legacy Continues as does "HUSHABYE"

                         Audiences still LOVE The MYSTICS ... 
                                    
        The MYSTICS have withstood the test  of time and continue to bring  their music to their fans...                

         To be part of the audience is an experience within itself ...   A trip down  Memory Lane for ALL ages!       
 
                                         

                                                     Other charted  Mystic hits followed-- 
                                          Don't Take The Stars,

                                               Adam & Eve,

                                        Darling I Know Now

                                       White Cliffs  of Dover!  

We had 16 recordings while under contract with Laurie Records...Somewhere Over The Rainbow was featured in the HBO Soprano's Mayhem Series & Hushabye was featured in the movie Stand By Me & Mr. Rock & Roll..The Alan Freed Story   

We're still going strong & want thank our loyal friends and fans for their continued support...Enabling  us to  continue to KEEP THE MUSIC ALIVE!!!!
          

The MYSTICS  have vowed to  continue to bring  our music to each of you through the 21st century...       

          On behalf of myself, George Galfo and the MYSTICS  we are saddened to learn of the passing of a dear friend and a former Lead singer of the MYSTICS on Jan. 2nd, 2014 -- Jay Traynor.  You will be deeply missed our friend and our Sincere Deepest Heartfelt Sympathies and Condolsences to the Traynor Family.  The MYSTICS gave you your start in the industry and from there you became the Original Jay of the Americans and then a valued member of Jay Siegal's Tokens.  You came a long way our friend and made us so Proud.  I (George Galfo) remember you giving me the Thumbs up at the Red Rose Inn & Suites when I sang "Somewhere Over the Rainbow", which is the utmost compliment coming from the man who recorded it while with the MYSTICS.  Rest In Peace Our Friend...

‚Äč                      The  Mystics  Extended Family 
                                               

                              Jay Traynor
                          Lead vocals on

         "Somewhere  Over The Rainbow",                                        "Again", "Blue Star                                 

            Falsetto on "White Cliffs of Dover"
    
                              Paul Simon
        Lead Vocals on "All Through The Night"

                     "I BeginTo Think of You"

                             Ralph  Lizano:
                       Lead Vocals and Writer

                        "Darling I Know Now"

                        Sunday Kind   of Love"


                               Eddie Shots
                              Lead Vocals

                     "Goodbye Mister Blues"

               The MYSTICS were heard on  The Sopranos 

                                 Mayhem 68  Episode
     Chris and Carmella talk to Tony. Song plays on boombox. 
                                  Goes into end credits.
                              Song: OVER THE RAINBOW  
                                    Artist: THE MYSTICS
                                 On the original recording:
  George Galfo  -   Bob Ferrante -  Allie Contrera -  Albee Cracolici
                                                   and
                                Lead  vocals: Jay Traynor

Jersey had the Four Seasons---The MYSTICS  Belong To Brooklyn


Enjoy The Original Mystics Memories put to audio using their demo recordings.

                                         Joni, The Mystics manager

                          Today The Mystics Legacy Continues

                                          featuring

    George Galfo on Lead Vocals "Somewhere Over The Rainbow"


Congratulations to ALL the ORIGINAL founding                                    MYSTIC members!
   On their Induction into The Doo Wop Music Hall                                     of Fame


        Al Contrera, Bobby Ferrante, Phil Cracolici,

                 George Galfo, & Albee Cracolici