The Accents (2)

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Minneapolis (Minnesota) R&B and rock/pop band, active 1963-74.

The band's biggest local hit was Lonnie Mack's "Why," sung by Tom Nystrom.
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The Accents (2) Discography Tracks

Singles & EPs

The Accents (2) - Why  album art The Accents (2) Why (Single) Bangar US 1964 Sell This Version
GA 4008 The Accents (2) - Howlin' For My Baby album art The Accents (2) Howlin' For My Baby(7", Single) Garrett Records GA 4008 US 1964 Sell This Version
BA 00629 The Accents (2) - You Don't Love Me / Searchin' album art The Accents (2) You Don't Love Me / Searchin'(7", Single) Bangar BA 00629 US 1964 Sell This Version
BA 00605 The Accents (2) - Howlin' For My Baby / Wherever There's A Will album art The Accents (2) Howlin' For My Baby / Wherever There's A Will(7") Bangar BA 00605 US 1964 Sell This Version
TT 711 The Accents (2) - Muffin Man album art The Accents (2) Muffin Man(7", Single, Promo) Twin Town TT 711 US 1965 Sell This Version
TT 707 The Accents (2) - Wherever There's A Will album art The Accents (2) Wherever There's A Will(7", Single) Twin Town TT 707 US Unknown Sell This Version

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