The Chartbusters


The Chartbusters were a rock & roll band from Washington, D.C. consisting of Mitch Corday (drums), John Dubas (bass, vocals), Vince Gedeon (guitar, vocals), and lead singer/guitarist Vernon Sandusky (June 30, 1939 - January 25, 2020) that became famous during the mid 1960s. They are best known for the energetic early Beatles sound-alike rocker, "She's The One" (1964).

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • She's The One (1964)
  • Why (Doncha Be My Girl) (1964)

Pop charts debut year: 1964

Years active: 1963-1968

Genres: Rock & roll

Labels: Mutual



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