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Gary U.S. Bonds

Born Gary Anderson in Florida but raised in Virginia, he sang in his church choir as a youth. While in high school he joined a vocal group named The Turks that sang in the Norfolk area. Frank Guida, who owned a record shop in Norfolk and had just started a small record label called Legrand Records, took notice of his talents, and in 1960 took ... See full bio »

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 2015/I The Intern (performer: "This Little Girl")
 2013 The Marty Stuart Show (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Johnny Rivers (2013) ... (writer: "(Don't Take Him) He's All I Got" - uncredited)
 2009 Extract (writer: "She's All I Got" (1971))
 1998 Jaded (performer: "New Orleans")
 1992 Roadside Prophets (performer: "Satan Go Away") / (writer: "Satan Go Away" - as Gary Anderson)
 1991 Dogfight (performer: "TWIST, TWIST SEÑORA")
 1985 Mask (performer: "Where Did the Naughty Little Girl Go", "Quarter to Three", "Not Me", "Havin' So Much Fun", "Dear Lady Twist") / (writer: "Quarter to Three", "Not Me", "Havin' So Much Fun" - as G. Anderson)
 1984 Gimme an 'F' (performer: "Let Loose and Lose It")
 1984 Voyage of the Rock Aliens (performer: "New Orleans")
 1983 D.C. Cab (performer: "One More Time Around The Block Ophelia")
 1983 A Night in Heaven (performer: "Dance to the Beat") / (writer: "Dance to the Beat")
 1982 Class Reunion (performer: "Class Reunion")
  Hollywood a Go Go (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode, 1965) (writer - 1 episode, 1965)
- Episode #1.32 (1965) ... (performer: "Quarter to Three", "Do the Bumpsie") / (writer: "Quarter to Three")
 1962 Ring-a-Ding Rhythm! (performer: "Seven Day Weekend")
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From 1961-1962 he continued his run of consecutive hits with "School Is Out" # 5, "School Is In" # 28, "Dear Lady Twist" # 9, "Twist Twist Senora" # 10 and "Seven Day Weekend" # 27. See more »

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