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Rascals (Musical group)

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Descriptive conventionsrda
Corporate name headingRascals (Musical group)
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See alsoPredecessor: Young Rascals (Musical group)
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Beginning date[1967,1968]
Ending date1972
LocatedGarfield (N.J.)
Found inIts Time peace [SR] 1968: label (Rascals; rock group)
AllMusic, July 29, 2016 (the Rascals; blue-eyed soul group; formed 1964, New York, NY; over their objections, manager Sid Bernstein dubbed them the Young Rascals, although the "Young" was permanently dropped from the billing in a couple of years; disbanded 1972)
Wikipedia, July 29, 2016 (the Rascals (initially known as the Young Rascals); American rock band, formed in Garfield, New Jersey in 1965; when Atlantic Records signed them, they discovered that another group, Borrah Minnevitch's and Johnny Puleo's Harmonica Rascals, objected to their release of records under the name the Rascals; to avoid conflict, manager Sid Bernstein decided to rename the group the Young Rascals)
Oxford music online, July 29, 2016: Enc. of popular music, 4th ed. (Young Rascals; American pop/soul ensemble; debuted at the Choo Choo, New Jersey, in February 1965; disbanded 1972; discography: The Young Rascals (Atlantic, 1966); Collections (Atlantic, 1966); Groovin' (Atlantic, 1967); as the Rascals: Once upon a dream (Atlantic, 1968); Freedom suite (Atlantic, 1969); See (Atlantic, 1969); Search and nearness (Atlantic, 1971); Peaceful world (Columbia, 1971); The island of real (Columbia, 1972))
Felix Cavaliere WWW site, July 29, 2016 (In 1965, Felix Cavaliere formed the Young Rascals with Dino Danelli, Eddie Brigati, and Gene Cornish; later called the Rascals, which disbanded in 1972)