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What was the name of the ’60s rock band that rode around town in a Cadillac limo?

Jim Ware
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We’re looking for a little help here. A MyReporter.com reader asked this question and it has us stumped:

“What was the name of the rock band that came into Wilmington either in 1964, 1965 or 1965? They played at Wrightsville Beach and even were invited to play at the Azalea Festival variety show. They rode around in an old Cadillac limo.”

Could it be there’s more than one rock band that fits that description?

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2 Responses to “ What was the name of the ’60s rock band that rode around town in a Cadillac limo?”

  1. On November 16, 2011 at 9:40 am SuAnn Beal Brown wrote:

    A band played at the Upper Deck located at the Luminia in the 60′s called the Chosen Few.

  2. On November 21, 2011 at 9:49 am anonymous wrote:

    The Chosen Few ( ?? )….they had a single ” Baby Don’t You Do It ” that got a fair amount of national air play



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