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Bobby Fuller

Let Her Dance

Here’s Bobby Fuller, of The Bobby Fuller Four which was a popular early-60s rock-n-roll band. The group consisted of Bobby and his brother Randy on vocals/guitar and bass respectively, Jim Reese on guitar and DeWayne Quirico and Dalton Powell drumming at different times. If you ever turned on your radio growing up, or cruising the strip, you’ve heard their most memorable hits, including –  “I Fought the Law and the Law Won”, “Love’s Made a Fool of You, & “Let Her Dance”. Probably every fifties/sixties cover band I’ve ever heard has done their songs, and rightfully so. At a time when the British Invasion and folk rock were the dominant genres in music history, Bobby stuck to Buddy Holly’s style of classic rock and roll with Tex Mex flourishes. His recordings, both covers and originals, also reveal the influences of Eddie Cochran, The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Little Richard, and the Everly Brothers, as well as surf guitar. On their way to the top, their momentum was cut short with Bobby’s death/murder in 1966, which remains among the more perplexing mysteries in rock-n-roll lore.








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This reproduction has an image area of 27” x 19” (68.6 cm cm x 48.3 cm).

Limited Edition of 250 prints.

Price is $319 – plus $8.95 shipping  (Note, the copyright image will not appear on your print)

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