from Los Angeles, CA
formed January 1, 1957 (age 65)
An instrumental quintet formed in Los Angeles in 1957, the Champs comprised Challenge Records executive Dave Burgess (born Lancaster, CA) (guitar) and session players Buddy Bruce (guitar), Chuck Rio (born Daniel Flores, Rankin, TX) (saxophone), Cliff Hills (bass), and Gene Alden (born Cisco, TX) (drums). This lineup recorded Rio's Tequila as a B-side to Burgess' Train to Nowhere. Tequila topped the charts in 1958. The Champs essentially were a one-hit wonder, though they recorded a few more singles in the same Latin dance style and kept going until the mid-'60s. The group's lineup was fluid, and later members included Glen Campbell as well as Jimmy Seals and Dash Crofts, who formed the successful '70s duo Seals and Crofts. ~ William Ruhlmann, Rovi
The Champs - All the Best (FULL ALBUM - BEST OF TEX-MEX MUSIC)
The Champs "Tequila"
The Champs - "Train To Nowhere"
Dance Moms: Dance Digest - The Champs (Season 6) | Lifetime
The Champs - Go, Champs, Go! (1958) - Full Album
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