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"The Lettermen" singing trio founded by Jim Pike and joined by brother Gary Pike enjoyed an unprecedented (46) forty-six consecutive hit record ALBUMS on Billboard Magazine's national charts, twenty hit singles, NINE GOLD RECORD ALBUMS, five Grammy nominations, a "CLEO" and with record, tape and CD sales more than $100 MILLION worldwide. In October, 2001, Jim and Gary as "The Lettermen" were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame.

Billboard Magazine, the standard of the recording industry, referred to Jim and Gary Pike's Lettermen as "The Greatest Romantic Vocal Group of All Time!" in having a track record of hits and backing it up with stellar live performances. These guys became a legend, no less. And today the legend continues as REUNION!

At the height of The Lettermen's fame, Jim Pike lost his voice and for the better part of ten years, was unable to sing. As a result he had to find a replacement in the Lettermen trio and finally sold the "Lettermen" name in the late seventies. At the end of that excruciating 10 years of silence, Jim Pike miraculously regained his singing voice.

Because of overwhelming requests to re-unite, Jim Pike and brother Gary, along with Ric de Azevedo, who gained fame as a member of "The King Family and "The King Cousins", ABC television's "First Family of Song", have re-united their harmonic singing talents to now be known as "REUNION."

It’s a REUNION, and like they never left.