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Wayne's Music 27/28 March. Forever Oldies Music.

Those oldies but Goodies that have been around FOREVER!

Bird Dog The Everly Brothers.
16 Candles The Crests the Brooklyn/Staten Island doo-wop quartet was an unusual ethnic mix, including one Italian, two blacks, and a Puerto Rican and was fronted by the powerful lead singer, Johnny Maestro.
Darling Baby The Elgins were a part of the Motown label under the names, The sensations, the five emeralds, and the downbeats before they became The Elgins in 1964. Elenore The Turtles.
Harper Valley P T A Jeannie C Riley, with Tom T hall's song that set her up for life.
I'm leaving It All Up To You Dale Houston and Grace Broussard were specifically teamed up to record this as Dale's solo career was taking a dive.
Maybe The Three Degrees … the sound of Philadelphia in the 70s.
Only You What set The Platters apart from most other groups of the era was that Manager Buck Ram made sure that each member received equal shares of stock, full royalties and their Social Security was paid.

and many, many more ...