The Ronettes

The Ronettes

In their towering black beehive hairdos and dark eye makeup, the Ronettes were a classic mid-1960s girl group with a sultry twist: vulnerable but tough, sexy but sweet. The Ronettes were the first bad girls of rock, a racially undefinable (the Bennetts' mother was black and Native American; their father was white) trio that became producer Phil Spector's most successful act.

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