The Shoppe

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The Shoppe
Background information
OriginDallas, Texas, USA
Years active1968 - 1998
LabelsRainbow Sound, NSD, American Country, MTM
Past membersMark Cathey
Kevin Bailey
Roger Ferguson
Clarke Wilcox
Mike Caldwell
Jack Wilcox
Lou Chavez

The Shoppe was an American country music group from Dallas, Texas, composed of Mark Cathey (vocals), Kevin Bailey (vocals), Roger Ferguson (guitar), Clarke Wilcox (banjo), Mike Caldwell (harmonica), Jack Wilcox (bass), and Lou Chavez (drums).

The band's highest charting single, "Doesn't Anybody Get High on Love Anymore," reached the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in 1981.[1] They were signed to MTM Records in 1985 and released one album, The Shoppe, which charted on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and led to appearances on The Nashville Network.[1][2]

For almost two decades, The Shoppe toured extensively throughout the United States before disbanding in the latter half of the 1980s.

For many years The Shoppe was a mainstay at the Puyallup Fair, performing several times a day.

In 2012 The Shoppe reunited for a reunion run at the Puyallup Fair, from September 17 to September 23.

Limited discography[edit]


Year Album Peak positions Label
US Country
1980 Tryin' to Get It Straight Rainbow Sound (R-5059)
1985 The Shoppe 70 MTM (ST-71051)
1986 The Shoppe The Shoppe Records (S-86)
1998 Along for the Ride Midwest Records (SHP-1008)


Year Single Peak positions Album
US Country
1980 "Three Way Love" 76 Tryin' to Get It Straight
"Star Studded Nights" 78
1981 "Doesn't Anybody Get High on Love Anymore" 33 Single-only releases
"Dream Maker" 61
1984 "If You Think I Love You Now" 74
1985 "Hurts All Over" 79
"Holdin' the Family Together" 56 The Shoppe
"While the Moon's in Town" 47


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