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  1. Tommy Fogerty & The Blue Velvets was the initial incarnation of The Golliwogs, a group which would in turn eventually become Creedence Clearwater…

  2. The Shadows of Knight were a group of Chicago area teenagers. Who, like most rock 'n' roll groups, were intent on becoming pop stars. Instead of…

  3. There's more than just one band called The Brogues:

    1. A 60's garage rock band.

    The Brogues was a Merced, California band formed in 1964 and…

  4. There are several artists named The Outsiders (13 are mentioned here):

    (1) The Outsiders (theoutsiders.eu) were a sixties beat band from…

  5. The Leaves were an American garage band formed in California in 1963. They are best known for their version of the song "Hey Joe", which was a…

  6. The Unrelated Segments are a Taylor, Michigan based teen rocker group formed in late 1966 around the nucleus of singer Ron Stults and lead…

  7. The Strangeloves were a songwriting/production team in the 1960's whose biggest hits were "I Want Candy," "Night Time" and "Cara-Lin."

    Bob…

  8. Michael and the Messengers were originally the Messengers from Minnesota, before moving to Milwaukee and then Chicago where they were given their…

  9. The Del-Vettes were one of the few Dunwich groups to place records on the charts, albeit the charts were in hometown Chicago. Surprisingly, they…

  10. The Knickerbockers were an American pop/rock band best remembered by their 1966 hit 'Lies'. The band was formed in 1964 in Bergenfield, New…

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