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The Ivy League was a pop group led by lead singer Tony Burrows. The Ivy League did not have any top 20 hits. The most popular song by The Ivy League was Funny How Love Can Be in 1965.
Tony Burrows was the singing voice for many groups that were considered one hit wonders. He sang for groups including The Ivy League, The Flower Pot Men, Edison Lighthouse, White Plains, The Pipkins, The First Class, and sometimes Brotherhood Of Man.
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Popular Tune Timeline for The Ivy League


  1 Funny How Love Can Be   Mar 1965  
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  2 That's Why I'm Crying   May 1965  
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  3 Tossing & Turning   Oct 1965  
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  4 Willow Tree   Aug 1966  
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