Tight harmonies, universal humor, and unbelievable a cappella energy = The Alley Cats, America's premier doo-wop group.

By bringing their own contemporary style to tunes from the 1950s and 60s, The Alley Cats appeal to fans of all ages, breathing new life into everyone's favorite doo-wop classics. The four members of The Alley Cats are a perfect blend both vocally and personally. Together they are truly the Cat's meow!

The Alley Cats were formed in 1987 at Fullerton College in California, and began their musical journey with Disney's Blast to the Past salute. They went on to win the Southern California Harmony Sweepstakes, which led to appearances on The Home and Family Show, Good Morning Arizona, NBC's Madman of the People, The Arsenio Hall Show, CD Highway, Richard Simmons' workout video Dance Your Pants Off, recordings for Fox Kids' Why Why Family and a radio spot for Sunkist. Their long standing relationship with Disney took the Cats to New York, where they were featured during the world premiere of Disney's animated feature Hercules, and back to LA. for the Hercules' Forum of Fun at the El Capitan Theatre.

The Cats have appeared at numerous fairs and festivals around the country and have been the featured performers on stages at Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm, and Hersheypark. They have worked with major corporate clients Daewoo Motor Co., Walt Disney Co., D-Link, LGE, Charles Schwab, and Secure Horizons, entertaining and enlightening audiences while sharing information about products at major trade shows such as COMDEX and Networld+Interop Las Vegas as well as at private corporate events. The Alley Cats have opened for such notable artists as Chubby Checker, The Coasters, Bill Medley, Sha Na Na and The Tokens, as well as sharing the stage with fellow a cappella artists The Bobs, The Blenders, The Nylons, and Rockapella.

Every Alley Cat performance is accompanied by the sounds of laughter and voices joining in to sing the melodies we all know and love. The Cats' engaging wit and humor have won over audiences nationally as they relate directly to the crowd with jokes, stories, and audience participation that appeal to young and old alike.

THE ALLEY CATS have several members, allowing them to perform multiple shows on the same day. All of the original members are still performing with the group, and most of the Cats have been in the group for over 10 years.