The Dave Starky Five

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Houston, Texas garage rock group active in the mid-1960s.

In 1965 the Dave Starky V recorded "Hey Everybody" and "Stand There" at Houston's famous Gold Star Studio. The 45 rpm record was released under the Shazam label with the band's name listed as "Just Us", a new name for the group after a "Re-name the Dave Starky V" contest on radio station KNUZ. Both songs were written by DSV member, Pete Bas. The band eventually went back to their original "Dave Starky V" name.
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Compilations

CR-0062 The Dave Starky Five - Back From The Grave Volume Eight (Over 30 Cuts Of Utter Snarling Mid-60s Garage Punkrock) album art Various Hey Everybody (as Dave Starky Five) Various - Back From The Grave Volume Eight (Over 30 Cuts Of Utter Snarling Mid-60s Garage Punkrock) (Comp) Crypt Records CR-0062 US 1996 Sell This Version
TS-6607 LP, T.S. 6607, TS-6607 The Dave Starky Five - Get A Move On!!! (Snarl & Stomp, Rave & Rant Teen Garage Hoot) album art Various Stand There Various - Get A Move On!!! (Snarl & Stomp, Rave & Rant Teen Garage Hoot) (Comp) Teenage Shutdown! TS-6607 LP, T.S. 6607, TS-6607 USA, Canada & Europe 1998 Sell This Version