The Very Best of the Mom and Dads [CD]

$12.98

The Mom and Dads were a musical group that gained popularity in the 1960s and 1970s. The band was formed in Spokane, Washington in 1958 by four musicians who were all parents, hence the name “The Mom and Dads”. The original lineup consisted of Harold Hendren on the piano, Quentin Ratliff on the saxophone, Leslie Welch on the accordion, and Doris Amling on drums.

The Mom and Dads played a variety of styles, including polka, country, and easy listening music. They were known for their instrumental covers of popular songs, often featuring the accordion as the lead instrument. The band became very popular in Canada, where they had a number of hits, including “The Rangers Waltz” and “The Blue Canadian Rockies”. The Mom and Dads were also known for their wholesome image and family-friendly appeal. They often wore matching outfits on stage and were frequently accompanied by their children, who sometimes performed with them. ┬áToday, their music remains popular among fans of easy listening and traditional pop music.

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