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The Treniers

The Treniers (Cliff[?] and Claude Trenier[?]) played a cross between swing and early rock n' roll. Though their sound is more swing influenced, the Treniers also incorporated thumping beats and copious songs that included the words "rock" and "roll" - "Rocking on Sunday Night" and "It Rocks! It Rolls! It Swings!", for example. In the 1950s, they moved closer towards an R&B influenced sound, but were unable to weather the influx of actual rock and roll.

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