Doug Clark & the Hot Nuts

CHAPEL HILL - Doug Clark, who put Chapel Hill on the music map with his original risque rock 'n' roll from the 1950s, old-fashioned rhythm and blues, beach music and cover tunes that he and his band, the Hot Nuts, played at clubs, fraternity parties and other social gatherings for nearly half a century, died Monday, September 16, 2002, at UNC Hospitals.

Clark, 66, died after an extended illness.

Performing since they started as high school students in Chapel Hill, NC, in 1955.
The Kings of the double-entendre!
Their songs have been played at thousands of frat parties, dorm keggers, military clubs & basement bashes for decades. How many generations have partied with Doug Clark & The Hot Nuts?

'Fess up, now! You've either attended one of their dances or shows, partied to their records, or, at least, heard tales about the group and their songs. How many of you can sing along??


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Doug Clark &
 the Hot Nuts


  All titles have sound samples

1. Intro

2. Toast

3. Hot Nuts I

4. Roly Poly

5. Barnacle Bill

6. Instrumental

7. Old & Feeble

8. Two Old Maids

9. Ding-a-Ling

10. Limericks

11. Lulu

12. Big Wheel

13. Hot Nuts II

14. Baby, Let Me Bang Your Box




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