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|Origin||New York City, United States|
|Genres||Pop, Rock and roll|
Elaine Mayes (a cousin, Beatles 1966 American tour only); Chip Fields Hurd (1973-74); and Diane Linton (1973-74)
The Ronettes were an American girl group. They were based in New York City and were popular in the 1960s. They worked with Phil Spector. The girls began singing as adolescents around Spanish Harlem; their career began in 1959. They had eight songs on Billboard Top 100. The group broke up in 1966.