Baha Men

1982-

Baha Men Artistfacts

  • They started as a cover band in The Bahamas, where they would perform Top 40 hits for tourists.
  • Popular in Japan for years, they did not hit in the US or UK until "Who Let The Dogs Out" in 2000.
  • There are nine men in the band. Most are in their 40s and 50s, but the three lead vocalists are younger.
  • They appeared throughout the movie My Father The Hero as the band who played at the resort. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Devon - London, Canada
  • The group is one of the main proponents of Junkanoo, dance music with roots in West Africa, indigenous to the Bahamas. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Matthew - Shrewsbury, England

Comments: 1

  • Kevin Quinn from Cmch, NjTell me about it, Baha Men, eh, hardly a one-hit wonder.
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