Johnny Barnes & the Nightcrawlers
Johnny Barnes sang and played guitar in all of the famous nightclubs in greater Boston with many Rock & Roll legends, producing and releasing a dozen records. Local airplay and intense record company interest led to a hit song in England and work with legendary producer, Jimmy Miller. This love of the blues led to forming his own band Johnny Barnes and the Nightcrawlers. Their high-octane riffs gets any audience going and leaves them begging for more.
Created by hbalchunas
The Nightcrawlers had a small hit, "The Little Black Egg," in the mid-'60s that's remembered for its cutesy folk-rock-cum-garage sound and its enigmatic lyrics. Although it only reached number 85, it made more of an impact than that low placing might reflect, since it was a regional hit in various parts of the country after it was recorded in 1965, only making the national charts upon its third issue in early 1967....
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