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INFLUENTIAL REGIONAL BANDS

These are the regional bands who through their musicality, live performances and star power, influenced a whole new generation of bands, some of which were on our roster in the 70's.

Regional bands like The Cyrkle (Formerly known as the Rhondells), Jay and the Techniques, The Magnificent Men, and Ricky Dee and the Embers went national through their hit recordings, touring and TV performances. Jay and the Techniques were a frequent performer on the highest rated TV show of the era, The Ed Sullivan Show and The Cyrkle became an opening act for The Beatles stadium concert!
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Frantic Freddie and his Reflections Music Power
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Featuring legendary DJ & promoter Fred Mylander (a.k.a. "Frantic Freddie"), the psychedelic-soul group was a hit with, "You Told A Lie."
Inch & the Echoes
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Playing the hits of the 50s and 60s, the band started as students from Phillipsburg High School. Upon the group's split, Lombardi and Fishbough joined the group Jay and the Techniques, who produced two top 10 hits. Meanwhile Bronico, who had been named one of the top vocalists in the Lehigh Valley, was singing with The Crystals.
Jay & the Techniques
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Jay & the Techniques formed in 1965 under the Mercury Records label. They were one of the first integrated pop groups of their time. They achieved two gold hit records in the 1960s with their songs "Apple, Peaches Pumpkin Pie" and "Keep the Ball Rollin'"
Jerry Todd and the Jesters
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Johnny & the High Keys
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Johnny and the High Keys were local favorites, playing all of the popular clubs. Their song, "The Christmas Game" was released on KHP Records, to much success.
Kato
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Music Box
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Ognir & the Nite People
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Okie Duke and the Darts
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Okie Duke is a Lehigh Valley based artist, whose 25+ year career started with performances at east coast frat parties and dances.
Ricky Dee and the Embers
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Rockhouse
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The Adventurers
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The Andy Angel Band
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The Andy Angel Group
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The Montreal four piece was a hit for their big band, jazzy sound!
The Bobby Warren 5
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The Buoys
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1971, Blue Valley Farm Show, Blue Valley PA
The Castaways
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The Cobras
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The Combinations
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Known for their hit, "Bump Ball", The Combinations were a talented garage rock band that played hundreds of shows throughout their career, even sharing the bill with Sonny & Cher!
The Cyrkle
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The Cyrkle was a 60s Pop/Rock group from Easton, PA. They had two Top 40 hits, "Turn Down Day" and "Red Rubber Ball" and one of few bands in their time to open for the Beatles.
The Devils
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The swinging '60s sound of The Devils was iconic for residents in the Poconos. The local band gained national attention during its short time playing together.
The Fantastic Dudes
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The Hi-Boys
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The Jordan Brothers
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With one of the 500 songs that helped shape Rock and Roll history, as chosen by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame curator, the Jordan Brothers' "Gimme Some Lovin'" was a huge hit. The band also toured as part of Dick Clark's Caravan of Stars.
The King's Ransom
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King's Ransom, hailing from Allentown, PA, were a bluesy garage rock band that achieved fame with their hit, "Shame."
The Kit Kats
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The Kit Kats were a Lancaster based band that used a blend of doo-wop and soul.
The Legends
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A three piece rock band from Harrisburg, PA formed in 1964 by Dan Hartman. The Legends were signed to Epic Records and member Dan Hartman later went on to The Edgar Winter Group. The band went onto rock untill 1975.
The Limits
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The Limits were an Allentown band that formed in 1964. They were a Beatles-inspired band mixed in with sounds from band such as the Ramones and the Kinks. Although they were technically classified as a Garage Band, the Limits also had a Party Rock feel, which made them a hit at local high school dances as well as teen clubs in the area.
The Magnificent Men
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The Magnificent Men, also known as the Mag Men, played with The Four Tops, The O' Jays, The Impressions, among others, and were the first white group to play the Apollo Theater in New York.
The New Orbits
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The Rhondells
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The Rhondells, who eventually became The Cyrkle, were a frat rock group from Easton, PA that went on to sign with Brian Epstein of Beatles' fame!
The Scott Bedford Four
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This soul/British Invasion inspired band made it big with their hit, "Last Train to Brooklyn." The Scott Bedford Four was a Lehigh Valley Treasure.
The Shillings
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Allentown based The Shillings were major contributors to the garage rock scene, with their hits "Laugh" and "Lyin' and Tryin'."
The Soul Clinic
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The Sovereigns
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The Tears of Dawn
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The Unique Epics
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Three Hits and a Miss
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Troubled Times
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Uproar
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Uproar, based out of Bethlehem, PA, was one of the Lehigh Valley's most notable bands of the mid-sixties and beyond.
White Reign
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Willie Restum
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Saxophonist and singer, Willie Restum, was a major hit in Miami, especially among members of the Rat Pack. The Allentown resident recorded numerous LPs throughout his career, mesmirizing audiences whereever he played.
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