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  1. Absolute, loopy surf rowdiness from a bunch of guys who looked like your high school A-V Squad. Don't let the cheap suits fool you...these nut…

  2. Johnny Fortune. 1943-2006


    Since the release of his first smash hit, "Soul Surfer, in 1963, Johnny Fortune has made his presence known in the…

  3. The Surfaris were an American surf rock band formed in Glendora, California in 1962. They are best known for two songs that hit the national…

  4. The Chantays were a surf rock band from the early 1960s, best known for only one hit, the instrumental "Pipeline".

    The Chantays were formed in…

  5. The Sentinals were a surf rock band from San Luis Obispo, California (1961-1965). The original lineup consisted of Tommy Nunes on lead guitar,…

  6. Two young guitarists heavily influenced by the likes of the Fireballs, Johnny & The Hurricanes, Duane Eddy and Link Wray were Paul Johnson and…

  7. Eddie & the Showmen were a surf rock band of the 1960s. Formed in Southern California by Eddie Bertrand, formerly of The Bel-Airs, they released…

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  9. The group was christened the FIREBALLS® after their standing ovation performance of "Great Balls of Fire" at the Raton High School PTA talent…

  10. There is more than one artist named The Gamblers.

    1.) The Gamblers call themself a "Rock'n'Punk'n'Swing'n'Roll-Band". They were fromed in…

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