Bob Miranda's career really began around 1963 after meeting three other singers from Paterson N.J. at a St. Leo's Church dance in East Paterson. They formed a group called The Four Graduates. They worked the Tri State area, mostly in the Catskills, and landed their first record deal with Laurie Records. What followed were some moderate hits on a subsidiary label called Rust. Some of these hits were "Lovely Way To Spend An Evening", "Candy Queen", and "May I Have This Dance?". This last song was written by Miranda. All this caught the attention of The Tokens - a hot production team at the time. They offered him a staff writing position with their company Bright Tunes Music. He wrote songs there for artists like The Chiffons, Gerry and the Pacemakers, and many others.

In 1965 The Tokens and Jubilee Records formed another company called B.T. Puppy Records. They were looking for artists and The Four Graduates auditioned and were signed to a five year contract. At this time, the name "The Four Graduates" seemed dated and was subsequently changed to "The Happenings". The group, with Bob Miranda as the lead singer, began to make musical history with number one records like "See you in September", "Go Away Little Girl", "I Got Rhythm", "My Mammy", along with five albums of standards and originals written and sung by Miranda.

The group appeared on all the major television shows including seven appearances on The Tonight Show. They toured the United States, most of Europe, as well as South America with huge success. Over the years they have worked with some of the best in the business: The Beach Boys, John Denver, Fats Domino, Joan Rivers and many more.

Most recently Bob Miranda continues to perform as lead singer with The Happenings and also has a solo act which includes a mix of oldies, rock, country, standards, and originals. With over thirty years of experience in the music business, he has become more than an accomplished singer, songwriter, musician, producer, and performer...he has become a legend.