Greg Kihn was at the forefront of the new wave movement of the late ’70s, when he moved from his hometown of Baltimore, Maryland, to Berkeley, California, and signed with a new label, Beserkley. After a few misfires, the Greg Kihn Band charted with “The Breakup Song,” a stripped down, unpretentious, back-to-basics rocker, which basically typified the new wave music of the time. Larry Lynch is the drummer.
The Breakup Songby Greg Kihn
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