The Wackers


The Wackers were a ca. early 1970s pop/rock group formed in California and based in Montreal, Canada. Members included singer-songwriter Bob Segarini, Randy Bishop (guitar, bass, keyboards), Michael Stull (guitar, keyboards, vocals), Bill Trochim (bass), and Spencer Earnshaw (drums). They are best known for the 1972 hit, "Day And Night."

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Day And Night (1972)

Pop charts debut year: 1972

Years active: 1970-1974

Genres: Pop/rock

Labels: Elektra


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