Sha Na Na
26 Shouts - 641,560 Scrobbles
The group began singing as part of the longstanding Columbia University a cappella group The Kingsmen, but changed their name due to the Pacific Northwest group of the same name, famous for covering "Louie, Louie". Conceived by George Leonard, then a graduate student in Humanities, Sha Na Na began performing in 1969, at the height of the hippie counterculture, and achieved national fame after playing at the Woodstock Festival, where they preceded Jimi Hendrix.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Blue Moon - (2:50) - 1,139 plays
- Hound Dog - (2:21) - 1,090 plays
- Those Magic Changes - (2:18) - 1,267 plays
- Born to Hand Jive - (4:38) - 1,080 plays
- Tears on My Pillow - (2:25) - 980 plays
- I Want To Rock 'N' Roll For Christmas - (1:53) - 620 plays
- Rock & Roll Is Here to Stay - (2:23) - 579 plays
- At the Hop - (2:00) - 536 plays
- Witch Doctor - (2:20) - 328 plays
- Rock n' Roll Is Here to Stay - (2:02) - 330 plays
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