The Cryan’ Shames

Formed 1966
The Cryan’ Shames
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1966
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The Cryan’ Shames

The Cryan’ Shames Biography (Wikipedia)

The Cryan' Shames are an American garage rock band from Hinsdale, Illinois. They originally formed as The Travelers with founding members Tom Doody ("Toad"), Gerry Stone ("Stonehenge"), Dave Purple ("Grape") of The Prowlers, Denny Conroy from Possum River, and Jim Fairs from The Roosters, Jim Pilster ("J.C. Hooke", so named because he was born without a left hand and wore a hook), and Bill Hughes. The band's most successful moment came with their cover of The Searchers song, "Sugar and Spice".

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Heatwave
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If I Needed Someone
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If I Needed Someone
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The Sailing Ship
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