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The Shangri-Las were an American pop girl group of the 1960s

Since the 1980s a trio has called itself the Shangri Las, although unconnected with the original group. The tribute act was put together by Dick Fox, who claimed to have bought the rights to the name, and resulted in legal action from both sides. The original group performed for the last time at a reunion show hosted by (Bruce Morrow) in on June 3, 1989.

Since the 1980s a trio has called itself the Shangri Las, although unconnected with the original group. The copy-cat act was put together by Dick Fox, who claimed to have bought the rights to the name, and resulted in legal action from both sides, largely due to a video tape of the new Shangri-Las claiming in public to be the original group. The original group performed for the last time at a reunion show hosted by Cousin Brucie (Bruce Morrow) in East Rutherford, New Jersey on June 3, 1989.

The Shangri-Las - The History of Rock and Roll

  • Shangri-Las - Out In The Streets w/ LYRICS
  • Shangri Las Leader of the pack (lyrics)
  • Shangri-Las - Give Us Your Blessing w/…
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Out In The Streets - The Story of the Shangri-Las

Since the 1980s a trio has called itself the Shangri Las, although unconnected with the original group. The copy-cat act was put together by Dick Fox, who claimed to have bought the rights to the name, and resulted in legal action from both sides, largely due to a video tape of the new Shangri-Las claiming in public to be the original group. The original group performed for the last time at a reunion show hosted by (Bruce Morrow) in on June 3, 1989.

One of those songs that just doesn't sound right on CD or any other digital format, The Shangri Las' 1964 single “Remember (Walking in the Sand)” is pop music at its best. Out for RSD as a limited edition 7" single, it deserves to be snapped up.