The start of the Demensions can be traced back to the 50's when Lenny Dell and Howie Margolin originally created the group.
In 1960 "Over The Rainbow" was released which skyrocketed to a #1 hit selling 2 1/2 million copies worldwide.
Then in 1963, "My Foolish Heart" hit nationally as well, and the Demensions appeared live on Dick Clark's American Bandstand repeatedly.
In the 1990s, Lenny Dell reformed The Demensions once again with new members and appeared live onstage at many venues including Westbury Music Fair, Atlantic City's Trop World, The Garden State Art Center and Madison Square Garden.
Lenny Dell has the uncanny ability to take a timeless standard and be able to recreate the song with the distinctive Demensions flair that is unmatched. He has the rare ability to locate the heart of a song and touch the heart of audiences in a way that is mesmerizing.
Robin Robbert is the Soprano/Lead and Background Vocalist that gives the Demensions the sound that is so unique and so easily identifiable. A sound so familiar to the Demensions versions of timeless classics and beautiful standard melodies for which the group has become known. Before joining The Demensions, Robin was seen in local area plays around North New Jersey.
Tom Clemente is the Baritone and keyboardist of The Demensions. He started Starlight which became the opening act for The Brooklyn Bridge. Starlight then evolved into The Tercels. Tom reformed the Ovations and Twilight doo wop groups and he has sung at all of the "From the Heart" concerts at the Meadowland and Nassau Coliseum. Tommy is also responsible for the reformation of the Demensions.
Vinny Pizzo started singing on the street corners in Queens in the early 1960’s. He sang 2nd tenor and leads for “The Iridescents” releasing a couple of records in 1963. Vinny later performed and sang lead with a couple of bands before and after serving in the army. Most recently, Vinny was the lead singer for “The Acchords” for 10 years before joining The Demensions as the 1st tenor/lead vocals.