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The Rascals

The Rascals (initially known as The Young Rascals) were an American blue-eyed soul group initially active during the years 1964–72. The band released numerous top ten singles in North America during the mid- and late-1960s, including the #1 hits "Good Lovin'" (1966), "Groovin'" (1967), and "People Got to Be Free" (1968), as well as "A Beautiful Morning" (#3 1968) and the lesser-known "A Girl Like You". The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997.

The Fleetwoods

The Fleetwoods were a singing trio from Olympia formed in the late 1950s. They were responsible for eleven hit songs, beginning with "Come Softly To Me".

The Shangri-Las

The Shangri-Las were an American pop girl group of the 1960s. Between 1964 and 1966 they charted with often heartbreaking teen melodramas, and remain best known for "Leader of the Pack" and "Remember (Walkin' in the Sand)".

Redeye

Redeye was formed in 1970 by guitarist Douglas ‘Red’ Mark, a former member of the Los Angeles psychedelic pop group Sunshine Company. Mark teamed with David Hodgkins (guitar/vocals), Bill Kirkham (bass) and Bobby Bereman (drums).

The Dells

The Dells are an American R&B and crossover musical group. The group's lineup did not change much from 1960 and consisted, until 2009, of falsetto leader Johnny Carter (died August 21, 2009), baritone lead singer Marvin Junior and background singers Mickey McGill, Verne Allison and Chuck Barksdale. The Dells are 2004 inductees into The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.

Frankie Lymon

Franklin Joseph Lymon was an American rock and roll/rhythm and blues singer and songwriter, best known as the boy soprano lead singer of a New York City-based early rock and roll group, The Teenagers.

Debbie Harry

Deborah Ann Harry is an American singer-songwriter and actress, best known for being the lead singer of the punk rock and new wave band Blondie.

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