Buzz-Buzz-Buzz

"Buzz-Buzz-Buzz" is a song written by John Gray and Bobby Day and performed by The Hollywood Flames. The lead vocals were by Earl Nelson, and later by Bob & Earl.[1] It reached number 5 on the US R&B chart and number 11 on the Billboard pop chart in 1957.[2]

"Buzz-Buzz-Buzz"
Single by The Hollywood Flames
B-side"Crazy"
ReleasedOctober 1957
GenreDoo wop
Length2:08
LabelEbb
Songwriter(s)John Gray, Bobby Day
Producer(s)John Dolphin
The Hollywood Flames singles chronology
"Peggy"
(1954)
"Buzz-Buzz-Buzz"
(1957)
"Strollin' on the Beach"
(1958)

The single ranked 94th on Billboard's Year-End Hot 100 singles of 1958.[3]

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ReferencesEdit

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