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Can you complete the names of these chart-topping bands from the 1960s?

Fill in words missing from these groups that went to No. 1.

Around the turn of the millennium, hundreds of "The" bands swarmed record stores and radio. There were The Strokes, The Killers, The White Stripes… and so on.

Well, this was nothing new, more like an echo of the Sixties.

Only, in the 1960s, every act seemed to be called So-and-So and the Whatevers. In fact, all of the following acts had names like that — and huge songs that went to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Try to complete the names of these chart-topping groups from the '60s!
  1. This soul trio had numerous chart-toppers in the 1960s, including the final No. 1 of the decade, "Someday We'll Be Together." Diana Ross and the _______?
  2. "Everyday People" was an early No. 1 hit for Sly and the _______?
  3. Both "Hanky Panky" and "Crimson and Clover" went to No. 1 for Tommy James and the _______?
  4. ? (Question Mark) and the _______ went to No. 1 thanks to "96 Tears."
  5. "Wooly Bully" danced its way to No. 1 for Sam the Sham and the _______?
  6. The classic No. 1 "Oh, Pretty Woman" was credited to Roy Orbison and the _______?
  7. "Tighten Up" was a massive No. 1 hit in 1968 for Archie Bell and the _______?
  8. Freddie and the _______ went to No. 1 with "I'm Telling You Now."
  9. "This Diamond Ring" was a No. 1 gem for Gary Lewis and the _______?
  10. "Game of Love" played its way to No. 1 for Wayne Fontana and the _______?
  11. Finally, the Beatles spoof "Judy in Disguise (with Glasses)" was an unlikely No. 1 for John Fred and His _______?
Can you complete the names of these chart-topping bands from the 1960s?

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