I'd love to tell you how all of today's featured artists helped shape the music scene of their time, and how they put together a long string of hits - influencing music for decades. But I can't.
I can't, because all of these songs were one-hit wonders.
In my generation, the song was a one-hit wonder for Commander Cody and the Lost Planet Airman. But this version was from 1960 and sang by a guy named Johnny Bond. This song is dedicated to my friend Mustang, it's called Hot Rod Lincoln:
Edison Lighthouse was the quintessential flash in the pan. They had one hit that got a lot of rotation on stations all summer long in 1970. Here is their only hit that everyone my age will remember. It's called Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes):
In late 1979 and into 1980, an artist by the name of Ian Gomm did this little song. See if you can remember hearing it. It's called Hold On:
Live was a band that had some decent success in the album sales department and had a few songs played on alternative album rock stations, in the 90s. But they only registered one hit. It is a song about disillusionment and it's titled, Selling The Drama: