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The Blues Brothers This R&B revivalist band grew out of a 1976 “Saturday Night Live” sketch featuring John Belushi as lead vocalist “Joliet” Jake Blues and Dan Aykroyd as harmonica player/backing vocalist Elwood Blues.Career highlights: In 1978, the band released its first album, “Briefcase Full of Blues” featuring the Top 20 single “Soul Man.” Two years later, “The Blues Brothers” movie sent Jake and Elwood on a “mission from God” en route to box-office glory.He remains active as a singer, producer and concert performer.The Brady Bunch The popular sitcom, which ran on ABC from 1969 to 1974, didn’t just focus on “Marcia, Marcia, Marcia.” It also occasionally offered up a musical element, as the six Brady kids blended their vocals for some memorable episodes.In honor of the occasion, we’re offering a look at some of the greatest TV bands of all time.
TMZ reports the group were in the studio Monday when Richard and O'Day got into a disagreement.Thus you won’t see the likes of the Jonas Brothers — who were already a phenomenon before starring on a Disney TV show — in this roundup. The Monkees Hollywood execs were looking to create their own version of Beatlemania, so they found four fab candidates — Micky Dolenz, Peter Tork, Davy Jones and Michael Nesmith — and The Monkees were born.The public was definitely sold on the concept, tuning in to watch the band star in its own eponymous TV show on NBC from 1966 to 1968.Danity Kane So much musical mediocrity came out of “Making the Band,” the reality TV show that debuted on ABC in 2000 and later moved to MTV.
Yet, there was a moment of hope on the third installment of the TV series, when Sean “Diddy” Combs embarked on a mission to form a “girl group.” The result was Danity Kane, which quickly went on to platinum heights.
Trivia: The Archies’ hit “Jingle Jangle” seemingly features a female lead singer (either Betty or Veronica), but in the studio, it was also sung by Dante, using a falsetto.