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Don & The Goodtimes

Don and The Goodtimes emerged from the Pacific Northwest and were spotted by Dick Clark who made them regulars on Where The Action Is where the group attracted millions of fans.

Their first national single for Epic, I Could Be So Good To You, rocketed up the US charts.

Li’l Don Gallucci had been a child prodigy on the piano before he formed the group with drummer Bobby Holden after the pair had spent time with several other Portland bands. Don also served as the group’s musical arranger.

Li’l Don Gallucci
Keyboards
Joey Newman
Guitar, vocals
Jeff Hawks
Vocals, saxophone
Rob “Buzz” Overman
Bass, vocals
Bobby Holden
Drums
Jim Valley
Guitar, vocals
Charlie Coe
Guitar, vocals
Pierre Ouellette 
Guitar
Don McKinney
Saxophone, vocals
Dave Child 
Bass