Sha-na-na - a bunch of Columbia College guys who made their big premiere in a concert in 1967 on the steps of Columbia's Low Library! It was a blast! (I was there, & danced with a friend of mine - somebody was filming us, we were THAT good!)
During the shows' opening after the cast and guests are mentioned Myers kicks off the show by saying "And now, here they are, all greased up and ready to sing their brains out, Sha Na Na!" while Jon "Bowzer" Bauman would close out each show by saying "Good night, and grease for peace!" with Sha Na Na singing "Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight" as their closing theme song.
WOODSTOCK ACT NO. 31 SHA NA NA 1972.JPG is an American rock and roll group. The name is taken from a part of the long series of nonsense syllables in the doo-wop hit song "Get a Job","Get a Job" "Come Go with Me" "Silhuettes" "Teen Angel" "Jailhouse Rock" "Wipe Out" "Blue Moon" "(Who Wrote) The Book of Love" "Little Darlin'" "At the Hop" "Duke of Earl" "Get a Job (Reprise)"