Hedgehoppers Anonymous was a British folk-rock group produced by singer-songwriter Jonathan King. Originally known as known as The Trendsetters, the group's founding members consisted of lead singer Mike Tinsley, John Stewart, Les Dash, Ray Honeyball, and Alan Laud. (Prior to forming Hedgehoppers Anonymous, all group members except for Laud had been with the British Royal Air Force.)
Hedgehoppers Anonymous is best remembered for the protest song, "It's Good News Week" (1966), which was written by King. This group also charted in 1966 with "Don't Push Me," which became a minor hit.
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- It's Good News Week 1965
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