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  1. There have been at least two bands named The Premiers.

    1. A sixties garage band from San Gabriel, CA., United States
    2. An American sixties group…

  2. 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…

  3. 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…

  4. 1) The Barbarians were a moderately successful garage band of the 1960s with a few nationally charted hits. They had their biggest hit with the…

  5. Although they're rather mistakenly thought of a '60s garage band due to the inclusion of their fine 1965 single, "An Invitation to Cry," on the…

  6. There is more than one artist with this name.

    1) We The People were a mid 1960s garage group from Florida, releasing several singles (compiled on a…

  7. Simi Valley, CA, psych-punks the Humane Society formed in 1965 as the Innocents -- featuring singer/guitarist Danny Wheetman, lead guitarist Jim…

  8. Mouse and the Traps is the name of a relatively prolific garage rock band from Tyler, Texas that released numerous singles (and reportedly one…

  9. This obscure San Francisco '60s band gained a degree of notoriety in the '80s when their punk-garage single "Mr. Pharmacist" was included on one…

  10. The Mystery Trend was a rock band from San Francisco, California. They were part of the early wave of bands in the "San Francisco Sound," with…

  11. 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…

  12. There have been several bands called the Vagrants. Most of you would know the Vagrants from the 60's with Leslie West. There is also a barber…

  13. This was a very popular combo in West Texas between 1957 and 1972. Forming in Levelland in 1957, line-up 'A' did some recording at Norman Petty's…

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

  15. The Litter was a psychedelic and garage rock band formed in 1966 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Today they are best remembered for their 1967 debut…

  16. The Music Machine came together as The Ragamuffins in 1965, changing their name the next year. Their debut album, (Turn On) The Music Machine,…

  17. Ted Nugent, then 17, formed the band when he moved to Chicago in the 60's. Nugent had heard of a Detroit Rolling Stones cover band called Amboy…

  18. The Standells are a rock and roll band from Los Angeles, California who, like The Seeds, exemplify the garage rock style.

    The band was formed in…

  19. The Woolies were a blues/rock band from Detroit Michigan in the mid to early 1960's having mainly local success.

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