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High school band from the young adult novel ''A Rockin' Mystery'', Hardy Boys novel by "[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franklin_W._Dixon Franklin W. Dixon]," the house pseudonym for the Hardy Boys novels since they were first published in 1927, which would make him well over 100 years old.
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Local Bayport rock band from the 2012 young adult novel ''A Rockin' Mystery'', number 10 in The Hardy Boys Secret Files series, by "[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franklin_W._Dixon Franklin W. Dixon]," the house pseudonym for the Hardy Boys novels since they were first published in 1927, which would make him well over 100 years old.  
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"Coo-Coo-Cool My Heart"
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==See also==
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*[[The Mignogna Brothers]]
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*[[The Mean Willies]]
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*[[Geezers With Accordions]]
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*[[The Rock-a-Byes]]
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*[[Babraham Lincoln]]
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
*https://archive.org/details/rockinmystery0000dixo/page/n99
 
*https://archive.org/details/rockinmystery0000dixo/page/n99
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[[Category:2012]]
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[[Category:Young adult novels]]
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[[Category:Rock]]

Revision as of 05:32, 19 July 2019

Local Bayport rock band from the 2012 young adult novel A Rockin' Mystery, number 10 in The Hardy Boys Secret Files series, by "Franklin W. Dixon," the house pseudonym for the Hardy Boys novels since they were first published in 1927, which would make him well over 100 years old.

"Coo-Coo-Cool My Heart"

See also

External Links