The Afternoon Delights


The Afternoon Delights were a female studio group from Boston, MA whose name was taken from the Starland Vocal Band's 1976 smash hit. They made a splash on the charts in 1981 with "General Hospi-Tale," a parody of the popular TV soap opera, which became a Top 40 hit. "General Hospital" featured that song in an episode from April 28, 2013 as part of the show's 50th anniversary.

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • General Hospi-Tale (1981)

Pop charts debut year: 1981

Years active: 1981

Genres: R&B, disco, rap, novelty

Labels: MCA


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