Pasadenas (The) were an R&B/pop group from the United Kingdom. They had two UK top 10 albums and eight UK top 40 hit singles, including “Tribute (Right On)” (1988), “Riding on a Train” (1988) and “I’m Doing Fine Now” (1991).   A vocal group firmly focused on the music and artists from earlier decades, The Pasadenas’ music was heavily influenced by 1950s doo-wop, 1960s Motown and early 1970s funk and R&B. The band was mainly known in the United Kingdom.

Formed by twins David Milliner and Michael Milliner along with Andrew Banfield, Hammish Seelochan, and Aaron Brown, they used to be a dance group called Finesse. In the late ’80s they signed with Columbia Records and became the Pasadenas.

Pasadenas Backing Tracks –  I’m Doing Fine NowTribute (Right On)

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