The All Day Suckers
Band just mentioned in the "How Not to Manage a Rock Group" episode (04/28/68) of forgotten 1960s sitcom The Mothers-In-Law.
This popular rock group is mentioned by the son to his dad as proof that rock groups are a sound investment: They made $100,000 their first year and sold three million records last year (er, 1967). Son wants to manage local group The Warts, played by real rock group The Seeds. The parents want to meddle in the managing, and shenanigans ensue.