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Del Shannon was a consistent hit maker in the early 1960s. Beginning with a #1 smash in “Runaway ,” he continued the chart run with songs like “Hats Off To Larry,” “Hey! Little Girl,” “Swiss Maid,” “Little Town Flirt,” “Handy Man,” “Keep Searchin’,” and “Stranger In Town.” Vinyl, CD, streaming and MP3
Elliott plays guitar in both a traditional flatpicking style and a traditional fingerpicking style, depending on the song, which he matches with his laconic, humorous storytelling, often accompanying himself on harmonica. His singing has a strained, nasal quality which the young Bob Dylan emulated. His repertoire includes American traditional music from...
Los Angeles-based Sparkle*Jets U.K. became one of the most adored bands in the power pop movement of the late '90s and early 2000s following a series of International Pop Overthrow festival appearances, their adorably geekly sensibility, and their sound: a distinctive marriage of '60s and '70s rock and whimsical guitar pop. bandcamp
Circa 1978, The Offs were a punk/ska band from San Francisco, started by guitarist Billy Hawk and singer Don Vinil, and later joined by former Hot Tuna drummer Bob Steeler and a rotation of horn players including Bobby Martin, Bob Roberts, Richard Edson and Roland Young. Fellow San Francisco punk group, Dead Kennedys played their first show with the Offs...
Formed in Scotland in 1979, APB were a post-punk trio blending edgy guitars with funk and new wave sounds. The band had many early '80s alternative radio and rock dance club hits including "Shoot You Down", "Rainy Day" and "Palace Filled with Love." CD and LP bandcamp
The power pop trio provide unabashed guitar licks, driving bass, explosive drum rhythms, strapping melodies, and tightly crafted lyrics. Hutch exhibits these and other kick-ass traits showcased on the re-issue of their long out of print 11 track CD available now with 5 bonus tracks. bandcamp