Sonny Geraci, American singer, Died at 70


Emmett Peter “Sonny” Geraci was born on November 22, 1946 and died on February 5, 2017.

He was an American musician and singer.

He was best known as lead singer of musical groups The Outsiders and Climax.

She first became known as the original lead vocalist with The Outsiders, a band from Cleveland, Ohio.

His biggest hit song was “Precious and Few” (first released as a single on July 16, 1971) as lead vocalist for Climax, which reached #3 on the Billboard charts.

He released their debut album, “Climax featuring Sonny Geraci”, in 1972.

Sonny Geraci passed away at 70 years old.