The Rocky Fellers were a Filipino family group consisting of the father, Doroteo "Moro" Maligmat, and his four sons, Tony (d. March 4, 2007), Junior, Eddie, and Albert. They were discovered by producer Stanely Kahn who signed them to Scepter Records.
The Rocky Fellers made their debut on the Pop/Rock charts in 1963 with "Killer Joe" which became a Top 20 hit and the group's best known song. This was followed by several minor hits that included "Like The Big Guys Do" (1963), "Hey Little Donkey" (1963), "Ching-A-Ling Baby" (1963), and "Bye Bye Baby" (1964).
Albert Maligmat later joined The Society Of Seven in Hawaii, and brother Eddie went on to perform with famed Hawaiian singer, Don Ho.
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The Rocky Fellers
- Killer Joe 1963
(This song later also became a hit for the Kingsmen (1966).)
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