Sha Na Na... met him once at a car show in kansas city, mo. that fist really did fit in his mouth...

Sha Na Na... met him once at a car show in kansas city, mo. that fist really did fit in his mouth...

Sha Na Na - Born To Hand Jive -- I would not even be able to count the number of times I've watched Grease.

Sha Na Na - Born To Hand Jive -- I would not even be able to count the number of times I've watched Grease.

Sha-na-na - a bunch of Columbia College guys who made their big premiere in a concert in 1967 on the steps of Columbia's Low Library! It was a blast! (I was there, & danced with a friend of mine - somebody was filming us, we were THAT good!)

Sha-na-na - a bunch of Columbia College guys who made their big premiere in a concert in 1967 on the steps of Columbia's Low Library! It was a blast! (I was there, & danced with a friend of mine - somebody was filming us, we were THAT good!)

Sha Na Na is an American rock and roll group. The name is taken from a part of the long series of nonsense syllables in the doo-wop hit song "Get a Job", originally recorded in 1957 by the Silhouettes.[1]

Sha Na Na is an American rock and roll group. The name is taken from a part of the long series of nonsense syllables in the doo-wop hit song "Get a Job", originally recorded in 1957 by the Silhouettes.[1]

Sha Na Na/Johnny Contardo - "Those Magic Changes" -- **LOUD GIRLY SQUEELING**  JOHNNY!!!!!!   *deep sigh*  <3 <3

Sha Na Na/Johnny Contardo - "Those Magic Changes" -- **LOUD GIRLY SQUEELING** JOHNNY!!!!!! *deep sigh* <3 <3

Sha Na Na: Donald York (vocals, tenor, tenor saxophone); Henry Gross (tenor, guitar, tenor saxophone); Bruce Clarke (tenor, tenor saxophone, bass guitar); David Garrett (tenor, tenor saxophone); Frede

Sha Na Na - Rock & Roll Is Here To Stay!/Sha Na Na

Sha Na Na: Donald York (vocals, tenor, tenor saxophone); Henry Gross (tenor, guitar, tenor saxophone); Bruce Clarke (tenor, tenor saxophone, bass guitar); David Garrett (tenor, tenor saxophone); Frede

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