The Lettermen are: Tony Butala, Donovan Tea and Bobby Poynton.
In 1998, after decades of acting as an unofficial clearinghouse for information about vocal groups, Butala fulfilled a long-held dream with the opening of the Vocal Group Hall of Fame and Museum, in his hometown of Sharon, Pennsylvania. The non-profit organization honors the greatest vocal groups of the world in all genres of music: Rock, Doo-Wop, R & B, Blues, Gospel, Country, Folk, Big Band, Jazz and Pop.
There are now over one hundred vocal groups inducted into the Hall of Fame, some of which are the Eagles, Beach Boys, Four Seasons, Simon and Garfunkel, Peter, Paul & Mary, Alabama, Crosby, Stills & Nash, 5th Dimension, The Righteous Brothers, Association, Oak Ridge Boys, Supremes, Three Dog Night, Earth, Wind & Fire and many more.
There are over one hundred and fifty vocal group memorabilia displays in the Hall of Fame and Museum. Tony Butala is proud of the fact that his group, The Lettermen, has been part of Americana for over fifty-five years and that as long as there is a Lettermen group, they will be singing good, quality, and positive harmony music that the whole family can enjoy.