Michael Rabon is a founding member and leader of the Five Americans. With their shouted harmonies and organ-pumping attack, the Oklahoma-by-way-of-Dallas Five Americans beamed their way into the Top 40 in 1966 with the hammering "I See the Light" and again in 1967 with the even bigger blockbuster "Western Union." But besides the impossibly infectious "Western Union" and its worthy, communication-themed follow-ups "Zip Code" and "Stop Light," the Five Americans had much more to offer. By ably covering everything from tender folk rock to Baroque pop-psych - and even tough punk via '67's driving "See-Saw-Man" - It's no wonder the Five Americans have earned the proud salutes of garage fans everywhere.

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