Breaking NewsIn an unlikely surprise play from deep in the pop culture outfield, the band best known for 1966's “Time Won’t Let Me” signed a record deal with local Pacific Records and announced plans for a new album featuring San Diegans like singer Lori Wilson and bassist Matt Simpson. The release will include two previous Outsiders hits, “Time Won’t Let Me” and “Respectable,” a cover of Climax's “Precious and Few,” and new tracks “True Love,” “Fly Me Away,” and “Everyone Has Gone.”
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Founded in Cleveland Ohio, the Outsiders with drummer Howard Blank are best known for “Time Won’t Let Me,” which reached #5 on the Billboard charts in April 1966.
In 2020, the band signed a record deal with local Pacific Records and announced plans for a new original album featuring Blank with San Diegans like singer Lori Wilson and bassist Matt Simpson, as well as latter-day Mamas and the Papas singer Laurie Beebe Lewis, Brooklyn singer Eli Holland, guitarist Mel Vernon, keyboardist Yasha Susoeff, and sax player Jim Bruno.