Gary "U.S." Bonds (born Gary Anderson) is a pop-rock singer who became famous in the early 1960s. His best known songs, all from 1961, include "New Orleans," "Quarter To Three," "School Is Out," and "School Is In," the latter two of which debuted in July and October, respectively, of 1961. His last chart hit, "Out Of Work," was in 1982.
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- New Orleans 1960
(This song later also became a hit for Eddie Hodges (1965) and Neil Diamond (1968).)
- Quarter To Three 1961
(This song topped the charts.)
Gary 'U.S.' Bonds
- Dear Lady Twist 1961
(This song was one of a number of early 1960s songs that was influenced by the Twist dance craze.)
- School Is In 1961
- School Is Out 1961
("School Is Out" and "School Is In," debuted in July and October, respectively, of 1961.)
- Seven Day Weekend 1962
- Twist, Twist Senora 1962
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