The Accents

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The Accents
Genres Doo Wop
Years active 1958
Labels Brunswick
Members Robert Draper Jr

The Accents was a doo-wop band during the 1950s. Its only popular song came out during the “sack” dress fad, and was entitled "Wiggle, Wiggle." The song was released in October, 1958, and contended that a girl didn’t have to be pretty, or wear good clothes; she just had to wear a “sack” dress, and “wiggle” where it showed the most..[1]

Lead singer Robert Draper Jr died in 2000.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nite, Norm N. (1974, 1982). Rock On: The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Rock n' Roll: The Solid Gold Years. New York, New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, Harper & Row. pp. P. 001. ISBN 0-06-181642-6.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  2. ^ Draper III, Robert. "The Accents - "Wiggle, Wiggle"". YouTube. Retrieved 24 April 2012.