WOODSTOCK ACT NO. 31 SHA NA NA 1972.JPG is an American rock and roll group. The name is taken from a part of the long series of nonsense syllables in the doo-wop hit song "Get a Job","Get a Job" "Come Go with Me" "Silhuettes" "Teen Angel" "Jailhouse Rock" "Wipe Out" "Blue Moon" "(Who Wrote) The Book of Love" "Little Darlin'" "At the Hop" "Duke of Earl" "Get a Job (Reprise)"

WOODSTOCK ACT NO. 31 SHA NA NA 1972.JPG is an American rock and roll group. The name is taken from a part of the long series of nonsense syllables in the doo-wop hit song "Get a Job","Get a Job" "Come Go with Me" "Silhuettes" "Teen Angel" "Jailhouse Rock" "Wipe Out" "Blue Moon" "(Who Wrote) The Book of Love" "Little Darlin'" "At the Hop" "Duke of Earl" "Get a Job (Reprise)"

Sha Na Na/Johnny Contardo - "Those Magic Changes" -- **LOUD GIRLY SQUEELING**  JOHNNY!!!!!!   *deep sigh*  <3 <3

Sha Na Na/Johnny Contardo - "Those Magic Changes" -- **LOUD GIRLY SQUEELING** JOHNNY!!!!!! *deep sigh* <3 <3

Sha Na Na: Donald York (vocals, tenor, tenor saxophone); Henry Gross (tenor, guitar, tenor saxophone); Bruce Clarke (tenor, tenor saxophone, bass guitar); David Garrett (tenor, tenor saxophone); Frede

Sha Na Na - Rock & Roll Is Here To Stay!/Sha Na Na

Sha Na Na: Donald York (vocals, tenor, tenor saxophone); Henry Gross (tenor, guitar, tenor saxophone); Bruce Clarke (tenor, tenor saxophone, bass guitar); David Garrett (tenor, tenor saxophone); Frede

photos of sha na na ungreased | Sha Na Na ©Coerten

photos of sha na na ungreased | Sha Na Na ©Coerten

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sha na na | sha_na_na_autographs.jpg

I didn't remember till now :)  ▶ Sha Na Na - Remember Then - YouTube

I didn't remember till now :) ▶ Sha Na Na - Remember Then - YouTube

Frederick "Dennis" Greene (January 11, 1949 – September 5, 2015) was an American singer who was a member of Sha Na Na who were formed in 1969 at Columbia University in New York as the Columbia Kingsmen. The name change to Sha Na Na occurred because of another group with a similar name, which was known for the song Louie Louie.

Dennis Greene, Sha Na Na Singer, Dead at 66

Frederick "Dennis" Greene (January 11, 1949 – September 5, 2015) was an American singer who was a member of Sha Na Na who were formed in 1969 at Columbia University in New York as the Columbia Kingsmen. The name change to Sha Na Na occurred because of another group with a similar name, which was known for the song Louie Louie.

Sha Na Na - "Teen Angel" [Live at Woodstock 1969] ~ Have to laugh watching Sha Na Na - everyone's expressions said Whoa! who are these guys! `j

Sha Na Na - "Teen Angel" [Live at Woodstock 1969] ~ Have to laugh watching Sha Na Na - everyone's expressions said Whoa! who are these guys! `j

Robert Leonard of Sha Na Na (archive photo) | Forensic Files: A Tight Leash (TV episode 2007) | Tags: #screencaps, forensic science, forensic evidence, murder, Charlene Hummert, Brian Hummert

Robert Leonard of Sha Na Na (archive photo) | Forensic Files: A Tight Leash (TV episode 2007) | Tags: #screencaps, forensic science, forensic evidence, murder, Charlene Hummert, Brian Hummert

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