WHO WE WERE.
The Young Americans was founded in 1962 by Milton C. Anderson. During the 60′s and 70′s, the group would appear on numerous variety shows, singing and dancing with entertainers such as Judy Garland, Johnny Mathis, Julie Andrews, James McCraken, Dorothy Kirsten, Vic Damone, George Burns, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Henry Mancini, and Dean Martin. Eventually the group began touring internationally presenting concerts and musicals for presidents, heads of state, and audiences worldwide. This included a summer at the Bicentennial Celebration in Washington D.C. Among its 3,000+ alumni are professionals in music education, fine arts, motion pictures, television, radio, Broadway and recording.