The Ventures are best remembered for a pair of Sixties smashes, “Walk – Don’t Run” and “Hawaii Five-O.” Yet their most impressive feat was charting 38 albums from 1960 to 1972. The Ventures’ “big guitar sound” made them an [...]
Tacey Robbins was born on May 19, 1938 in the USA as Joan Mahoney. She was an actress, known for Psycho a Go-Go (1965) and Blood of Ghastly Horror (1967). She died on April 15, 2008 in Glendale, Arizona, USA. Was a singer during the 1960s...
The Painted Faces were an American garage rock/psychedelic rock band from Fort Myers, Florida who were active from 1967 through 1969, who were not only popular in Florida but achieved a following outside of their own region by playing regular shows [...]
Les Sauterelles – A Swiss ’60s band that have sometimes been mistakenly identified as a British group due to their 1968 single “Dream Machine,” a quite catchy and enjoyable facsimile of British flower-pop with high harmonies, psychedelic [...]
Fabian – Fabiano Anthony Forte (born February 6, 1943, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania),is an American teen idol of the late 1950s and early 1960s. He rose to national prominence after performing several times on American Bandstand. In total, he [...]
The Sands of Time came from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and recorded one single on Stearly Records 8167 in August, 1967. “Come Back Little Girl”, written by Feliciani, has a catchy intro with a distorted treble guitar sound. The singer [...]
Trademarks – Members were: Alan Nathanson – lead guitar and vocals, Neil Faigenbaum – bass guitar and vocals, Dave Levitt – organ, replaced by Eric, Jerry Warren – drums “If I Was Gone” is superb performance, featuring a catchy [...]
One of the relatively few garage bands from the Deep South to make a national impression in the mid-’60s, the Gants hit the Top 50 in 1965 with their cover of “Roadrunner.” Liberty Records then preceded to bleed the band dry by issuing three [...]
One Way Street (Note – they billed themselves as One Way Street not Streets, the record was wrong) was started in early 1966 by Terry Mace and Bill Malcom. It was Terry’s idea to start the band and he recrutied the musicians, starting with Bill, [...]
“Tony” of Tony and the Shantels was actually lead singer Ernie Roach–the rest of the band was Ian Ferguson (bass), Kevin Runciman (rhythm guitar), Tony Colmer (lead guitar), Keith Harris (sax), and Laurie Brown (drums). Formed in the large [...]
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