Ted and the Treble Tones

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Nonexistent U.S. rock band with a fictional top 100 song in 1959. In reality, a hoax Wikipedia article created November 13, 2006. It existed for over eight years before being deleted on January 1, 2015.

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Ted and The Treble Tones

This band played out of Fresno California in the late 1950's and early 1960's. They had one modest success when their song, "Trouble Trio" reached #67 on the Billboard charts in the summer of 1959. They went on to cut a 45rpm under the Interscope label. Not information is known about the song on the 'B' side. The band was fronted by and featured The lead guitar and Vocals of Theodore Munoz, Jackie Arravex on Sax, Tolani Fancardo on rhythm guitar and back up vocals, Gerry Toscano on piano and Larry Mixxaco on Drums. The band went on to play into the mid 1960's and never cut another record. Not much is known about the band after the mid 1960's.

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