360. Dr. Hook

The Country flavored Pop of Dr. Hook became a big part of the Soft Rock songs that was perfect for AM radio in the 70’s. Their music was a little quirky, as was the band themselves. Many songs were riddled with satire and their concerts were not traditional by any means. Dr. Hook could deliver (and did) songs that were your basic love song, but they were actually at their best when they were at their most unconventional.         The Bullet Points:   Eligible Since: 1996   Country of Origin: U.S.A. (Bellevue, WS)   Nominated In: Never   NIHOF’s Favorite Album: Sloppy Seconds (1972)   NIHOF’s Favorite Song: Sylvia’s Mother (From Dr. Hook, 1971){acepolls 335}

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