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  2. The Blossoms were probably the most successful unknown group of the '60s. They made a career of singing backup for scores of artists from Paul…

  3. Evie Sands is a Brooklyn-born singer-songwriter and guitarist, whose career began as a young teenager in the mid-1960s. After several near-misses…

  4. The Paris Sisters were Albeth, Priscilla, and Sherrell Paris, a soft voiced sister trio from San Francisco, California. The group was formed in the…

  5. The Chiffons are an all girl group originating from New York, New York in 1960, best known for their hit pop singles such as "One Fine Day" and…

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  7. Jackie DeShannon, real name Sharon Lee Myers, (born August 21, 1944) is an American singer/songwriter with a string of hit song credits from the…

  8. The Tammys were an American girl group made up of sisters Gretchen and Cathy Owens and their friend Linda Jones.

    The girls first met Lou…

  9. Maxine Ella Brown (born 18 August 1939, in Kingstree, South Carolina) is an American soul singer.

    She began singing as a child, performing with two…

  10. Tracey Dey was an American pop singer in early 1960s. She was born Nora Ferrari and came from New York.

    She recorded "Teenage Cleopatra" with…

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