Imagine….The early 1950’s and 1960’s - Brooklyn, New York
Candy stores galore, Kids jumping rope, Neighbors talking with neighbors,
Trips to Coney Island, Savory cotton candy, Dancing in the streets,
Eluding the mob and Back alley singing where five teenagers harmonized before
Competing in a Talent Show at the opulent Loew’s Oriental Theatre located at
86th Street near 18th Avenue, where The Overons began their career!
The Overons evolved into The Mystics!
Discover The Mystics Journey To Fame
Hearts Cry Out For The Mystics
Unravel The Mystics Secret To Thrive
Capture The Mystics Magic
Embrace The Mystics Four Members
Delight In The Mystics Treasured Moments
The MYSTICS Press Kit 2021
Press Kit Created by
NolaJoy Carello, Publicist
The MYSTICS 2nd Release on Laurie Label
"Don't Take The Stars"
Highlights from Concert Appearances
Hearts Cry Out For The Mystics!
Highlights of a 90 min Show
Eric L. Adams, President of the Borough of Brooklyn, NY has bestowed Proclamations upon George Galfo & Phil Cracolici for their longevity in the entertainment industry as being Original founding members of The Mystics as well as Recognition of their Hit song ”Hushabye” which became Brooklyn’s theme Lullabye and their outstanding dedication in the field of music. Thank you to Joe & Carol Biondo Bradice for making this all happen!
Unravel The Mystics Secret To Thrive!
The Mystics hearts belong to Brooklyn, New York!
A trip down memory lane for all ages is incredible!
To be part of the audience and excitement is awesome!
The Mystics sounds harbor the soft breezes of harmony perfection!
Audiences LOVE The Mystics from coast to coast!
The Mystics breathe new life into their rock and roll classics!
The Mystics’ Legacy goes back decades to the dawn of rock and roll!
The Mystics’s quest is to keep the sounds of harmony Doo-Wop Alive!
The Mystics quartet bring back memories to their fans and create new ones!
Al Contrera, The Mystics original member, authored a book titled
“HUSHABYE” , The Mystics, The Music and The Mob to honor The Mystics!
The Mystics own version of “SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW”
was featured in the HBO Soprano’s Mayhem 68th TV episode!
The Mystics “HUSHABYE” was featured iin the movies
Mr. Rock and Roll--The Alan Freed Story and “Stand By Me”!
The Mystics performances
are captivating, exhilarating, passionate,
engaging and mesmerizing!
The MYSTICS - - HUSHABYE - 61 years later!
The driving force of The Mystics has been George Galfo!
The Mystics celebrate their 62nd anniversary of their mega seller 1959 International and National Hit HUSHABYE which reigned on the charts for six months and are celebrating their 64th year in the music and entertainment industry.
Audiences love The Mystics members who hail from Brooklyn, New York.
George Galfo, Phil Cracolici, Rocky Marsicano and Ralph Varrone
The Mystics appeared on Dick Clark’s American Bandstand numerous times.
The Mystics were inducted into the Doo Wop Music Hall of Fame in 2015!
THE MYSTICS - IMPOSSIBLE TO FORGET!
Picture courtesy of Sonny Maxon taken at Pop Rock N Doo Wopp concert, Tarrytown, NY
Cascade of tears roll down the audiences’ cheeks when The Mystics sing their own version of “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” and when The Mystics pay tribute to our troops and veterans!
The Mystics Manager, Joni Sperling
Capture The Mystics Magic!
Legendary songwriter Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman wrote “HUSHABYE” especially for The Mystics!
Jay Traynor, Paul Simon, Jay and The Americans, Brian Wilson and The Beach Boys were so inspired
by The Mystics magical sound that they named The Mystics a major influence on their extraordinary
Schedule an interview with The Mystics two original members
George Galfo and Phil Cracolici, who now reside in Beverly Hills, Florida.
Contact: Joni Sperling, The Mystics Manager @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Invite The Mystics to perform!
All Aboard for an adventure of a life time -
Join The Mystics as they take you on an All – American musical journey that spans
decades from coast to coast…. A flavor of the 1950’s New York street sounds, the
Motown classics, the 1970’s Philadelphia soul, the blues - rock of Chicago, a splash
of southern rock and the 1960’s California beach sounds!