The Woolies were a late 1960s blues rock-garage band from Lansing, MI with a large regional following. The founding members consisted of lead singer Boyd "Stormy" Rice, "Boogie" Bob Baldori, brother Jeff Badori, Ron English, and Bee Metros, with some personnel changes along the way. The Woolies are best remembered for their version of Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love" (1967), which made it big on the regional charts but became only a minor hit nationally. This band continued to tour and perform extensively through the mid 1970s.
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- Who Do You Love 1967
("Who Do You Love" by the Woolies ranked high on the regional charts for this Michigan-based band but was only a minor hit nationally. This oldies classic was originally written and recorded by Bo Diddley in 1956. It later also became a hit for Quicksilver Messenger Service (1969) and has also been covered by many other bands and artists over the years.)
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