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  2. Gary Lewis was the son of the famous comedian and actor, Jerry Lewis. Gary Lewis & The Playboys had a string of hits in the mid-'60s such as, …

  3. Payolas were a New Wave band active in the Canadian music scene for a decade from the late 1970s.

    The band's name was a reference to the payola…

  4. Fludd, formed around the nucleus of Toronto's Brian and Ed Pilling, was one of Canada's most innovative groups in the late 60's/early 70's. With the…

  5. Parachute Club was an 80s Canadian band formed in Toronto. They are probably best known for their hit "Rise Up." This high-energy, passionate…

  6. Mashmakhan was a Canadian (Montreal, Quebec) rock fusion band that was most active in the early 1970s, and is best known for their hit single "As…

  7. Singer, drummer and television actor Adam Wade was born March 17, 1937 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

    Wade was popular in the early 1960s with vocal…

  8. "This Time" it's Troy Shondell -- the man with a voice that makes you remember where you were and who you were slow dancing with when they were…

  9. This is a spelling variant of Doug And The Slugs and you may wish to retag your files to the other name. (Change the ampersand to the word "and".)

  10. Vic Dana (b. 1942, New York) is an American singer in the traditional pop style. Originally discovered as a dancer (still in his pre-teens) by Sammy…

  11. Barry Sadler (November 1, 1940 – November 5, 1989) was an American military veteran, author, actor, and singer-songwriter. Sadler served as a…

  12. Click here for: Leapy Lee 40th Anniversary website
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  13. OFFICIAL SITE: KENTOBIAS.CA

    KEN TOBIAS reached national prominence in the 1960's as a cast performer on the Canadian television series Music Hop…

  14. Andy Kim (born Andrew Youakim, December 5, 1952, Montreal, Quebec, Canada) is a pop singer and songwriter.
    Career
    Youakim left home for New York…

  15. Bob and Doug McKenzie are the hosts of a fictional TV show, The Great White North, featured on SCTV. They are played by Rick Moranis and Dave…

  16. The Headpins are a mildly successful hard rock band that has ties to some of the biggest names in Canadian rock. They have continued to take…

  17. Skip & Flip was a U.S. pop duo, consisting of Skip Battin (born Clyde Battin, 18 February 1934, Gallipolis, Ohio, U.S. — died 6 July 2003, Salem, Oregon,…

  18. In 1965 Copperpenny was formed by Hollis and Wamil in Kitchener, Ontario as the Penny Farthings. The flip-side of The Paupers 1966 song "If I Call…

  19. The Philosopher Kings are a Canadian R&B/soul band and were one of the most commercially successful Canadian pop groups of the late 1990s. The…

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