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Acker Bilk
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The Paramount Jazz Band
Adam
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The Ants
Adam Faith
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The Roulettes
Allison Krauss
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Union Station
Archie Bell
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The Drells
Don't Let Love Get You Down
Bill Haley
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The Comets
Billy J. Kramer
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The Dakotas
Bobby "Boris" Pickett
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The Crypt Kickers
Pickett co-wrote "Monster Mash" with Leonard Capizz
Bob Dylan
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The Band
Bob Marley
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The Wailers
Bob Seger
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The Silver Bullet Band
Booker T.
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The M.G.'s
M.G. stood for Memphis Group. Among the first backing bands to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Brian Poole
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The Tremeloes
Bruce (Hornsby)
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The Range
Bruce Springsteen
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The E Street Band
Buck Owens
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The Buckaroos
Buddy Holly
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The Crickets
Cannibal
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The Headhunters
Captain Beefheart
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The Magic Band
Charles Wright
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The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band
From 1967 to 1973 the band had 9 singles reach Billboard's pop and/or rhythm and blues Hot 100 lists, such as "Do Your Thing" (#11 Pop, #12 R&B), "Till You Get Enough" (#12 R&B, #67 Pop), and "Love Land" (R&B #23, Pop
Cliff Bennett
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The Rebel Rousers
Cliff Richard
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The Shadows
Country Joe (McDonald)
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The Fish
David Bowie
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The Spiders from Mars
Diana Ross
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The Supremes
Dion (DiMucci)
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The Belmonts
Prototypical doo woop teen idol
Disco Tex
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The Sex-O-Lettes
Dr. Hook
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The Medicine Show
Elvis Costello
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The Attractions
Elvis Presley
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The Jordanaires
Eric Burdon
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The Animals
Frankie Valli
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The Four Seasons
Frank Zappa
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The Mothers of Invention
Freddie
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The Dreamers
Gary Puckett
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The Union Gap
Gene Vincent
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The Blue Caps
George Clinton
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Parliament Funkadelic
George Thorogood
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The Destroyers
Gerry
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The Pacemakers
Gladys Knight
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The Pips
Gloria Estefan
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Miami Sound Machine
Grace Potter
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The Nocturnals
Hank Williams
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The Drifting Cowboys
Harold Melvin
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The Bluenotes
Huey Lewis
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The News
Iggy Pop
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The Stooges
James Brown
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The Famous Flames
Jay
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The Americans
, they first hit the Billboard charts in 1962 with the tune "She Cried," which reached #5. Other notable hits for Jay and the Americans were "Come a Little Bit Closer" in 1964, which hit #3, and "Cara Mia" in 1965, which hit #4.
Jimmy Buffett
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The Coral Reefer Band
Jimmy James
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The Vagabonds
"Joan" Jett
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The Blackhearts
John Mayall
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The Bluesbreakers
Johnny Cash
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Tennessee Three
Johnny Kidd
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The Pirates
"Junior" Walker
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The All Stars
KC
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The Sunshine Band
Kenny Rogers
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The First Edition
Kid Creole
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The Coconuts
Kool
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The Gang
"Little" Anthony
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The Imperials
Lou Reed
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The Velvet Underground
Lulu
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The Lovers
Martha (Reeves)
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The Vandellas
Merle Haggard
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The Strangers
"Mike"
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The Mechanics
"Mitch" Ryder
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The Detroit Wheels
Neil Young
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Crazy Horse
Nick Cave
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The Bad Seeds
Otis Redding
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The Bar Kays
Patti Labelle
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The Bluebelles
Paul McCartney
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Wings
Paul Revere
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The Raiders
Pee Wee King
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His Golden West Cowboys
Pee Wee King was an American country music songwriter and recording artist best known for co-writing "The Tennessee Waltz".
Prince
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The Revolution
Ronny
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The Daytonas
Ryan Adams
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The Cardinals
Sam The Sham
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The Pharoahs
Siouxsie
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The Banshees
Sly (Stone)
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The Family Stone
Smokey Robinson
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The Miracles
Stevie Ray Vaughan
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Double Trouble
Tommy James
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The Shondells
Tommy Steele
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The Steelmen
Tom Petty
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The Heartbreakers
Wayne Fontana
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The Mindbenders
Willy Deville
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Mink DeVille
Ziggy Marley
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The Melody Makers


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