Records by The Fireballs

7" vinyl

no photo available Fireball (1958)
Fireball / I Don't Know
no photo available Long Long Ponytail (1959)
Long Long Ponytail / Let There Be Love
no photo available Torquay (1959)
Torquay / Cry Baby
no photo available Bulldog (1959)
Bulldog / Nearly Sunrise
no photo available Foot Patter (1960)
Foot Patter / Kissin'
no photo available Vaquero (1960)
Vaquero / Chief Whoopin-Koff
no photo available Almost Paradise (1960)
Almost Paradise / Sweet Talk
no photo available Rik-A-Tik (1961)
Rik-A-Tik / Yacky Doo
no photo available Quite A Party (1961)
Quite A Party / Gunshot
no photo available Find Me A Golden Street (1962)
Find Me A Golden Street / Carioca
no photo available Torquay Two (1963)
Torquay Two / Peg Leg
no photo available Daisy Petal Pickin' (1963)
Daisy Petal Pickin' / When My Tears Have Dried
no photo available Blacksmith Blues (1963)
Blacksmith Blues / Tuff-A-Nuff
no photo available Ain't Gonna Tell Nobody (1964)
Ain't Gonna Tell Nobody / Young Am I
no photo available Daytona Drag (1964)
Daytona Drag / Gently Gently
no photo available Look At Me (1964)
Look At Me / I'll Send For You
no photo available Wishing (1964)
Wishing / What Kinda Love
no photo available Bottle of Wine (1967)
Bottle of Wine / Can't You See I'm Tryin'
no photo available Goin' Away (1968)
Goin' Away / Groovy Motions
no photo available Come On React (1968)
Come On React / Woman Help Me

LP

no photo available The Fireballs (1960)
no photo available Vaquero (1960)
no photo available Here Are The Fireballs (1961)
no photo available Torquay (1963)


The Fireballs

The Fireballs

Formed: Raton, New Mexico, U.S. in 1958 (as the Fireballs).

Original members:

  • George Tomsco (lead guitar)
  • Chuck Tharp (vocals)
  • Stan Lark (bass)
  • Eric Budd (drums)
  • Dan Trammell (rhythm guitar)

The Fireballs reached Billboard Top 40 with the singles "Torquay" (1959), "Bulldog" (1960) and "Quite a Party" (1961).

In the early 60s, Tharp, Budd and Trammell left the group. Doug Roberts joined on drums, and Jimmy Gilmer replaced as singer/pianist. Billed as Jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs, the band peaked at number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with "Sugar Shack" in 1963.

More Information about The Fireballs

The Fireballs - Wikipedia
The Fireballs at Wikipedia.



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