Saginaw, Michigan garage area music group the Cherry Slush formed in mid-1965, teaming vocalist Danny Parsons, guitarist Tag Burdick, bassist Artwork Hauffe, keyboardist Brian Bennett, and drummer Dick Coughlin. Originally referred to as the Wayfarers and afterwards the Captives, in past due 1966 the group tapped regional star Dick Wagner — of Detroit feelings the Bossmen as well as the Frost, and afterwards a sought-after program player — to create their debut one, “She’ll Be Back again.” The record gained regional attention, as well as the Cherry Slush following journeyed to Cleveland to slice the follow-up, 1967’s “I Cannot End You.” The one was a smash throughout southeast Michigan, apparently selling more than 75,000 copies. With guitarist Gene Bruce changing Burdick, the music group documented its third one, “Time Don’t Arrive,” at Chicago’s famed Chess Studios; though another regional blockbuster, it didn’t garner attention beyond the Detroit picture. In past due 1968, the Cherry Slush documented their final one, a cover from the Beatles’ “Birthday.” The next year, the music group dissolved. In 2001, Wagner’s WMG label put together Looking Back again, a assortment of all of the Cherry Slush’s singles. In the summertime of 2002, the lineup of Parsons, Bruce, Hauffe, Bennett, and Coughlin reunited for the very first time in 33 years to try out a set within a Wagner tribute at Saginaw’s White’s Pub.
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