Classic Dallas quartet delivers tight harmonies on hits such as "Second Hand Man" and Tom Jones's "Delilah"
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* The number of decades The Levee Singers have been slinging their tight harmonies: five
* How the Americana quartet got their name: they were the house band at The Levee, a Dallas club
* Where you may have seen them if you're a baby boomer or time traveler: on the 1960s ABC shows Hootenanny and Hollywood Palace; singing with Henry Mancini
* Who is Ron Chapman and why is he presenting people? He's one of Dallas's most recognized radio personalities and is adept at both hosting and emceeing