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  • Hi New Member Here

    Was just watching some clips from YouTube and elsewhere, so I thought I would do a little snooping specially since I am from the Midwest and the same age as

    daleblock69 3 days ago
  • 1960's

    Was reminiscing with my 86 year old mother about her days in radio. Told her I remember when her station was promoting Gary and the Hornets (I was about 15 and

    3 months ago
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    The first time I saw Gary and the Hornets was at a church festival held in Anderson Township, Cincinnati, Ohio. This was around 1967 (?)

    tkappel2k 7 months ago
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Gary and the Hornets were from Franklin, Ohio; a town halfway between Cincinnati & Dayton, and received a lot of radio airplay in those markets in 1966 and 1967. In addition to "Hi Hi Hazel", they recorded the first version of "There's A Kind of Hush" that I ever heard--months before Herman's Hermits' version. The group consisted of the Calvert brothers, Gary (age 11 or 12 on guitar and lead vocals, Greg (the oldest at 14 or 15) on bass, and Steve(age 7 or 8) on drums. Please post any updates or photos of this rare 1960's group!

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  • Apr 7, 2005
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