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Super Bowl XLV
The Packers
"Hole In The Wall"
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The Steelers
"Get It From The Bottom"
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It's a BIG week for Packers & Steelers fans! Did the Packers or the Steelers fare better on the '60s charts? The Packers were an instrumental band led by Charles "Packy" Axton, formerly of the Mar-Keys and the son of Estelle Axton, co-owner of Stax/Volt. Their "Hole In The Wall" reached #5 on the R&B charts and #43 on the "Hot 100" in 1965. The Steelers were a vocal group from Chicago led by Leonard "Red" Truss, whose "Get It From The Bottom" reached #46 on the R&B charts and #56 on the "Hot 100" in 1969. The Packers definitely came out ahead. (And here's one football fan counting on the Green & Gold to do so down in Arlington this Sunday!)

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