'The Hucklebuck' - The Chicks, The Sound of the Chicks
The Chicks were a New Zealand singing sibling duo, active in the 1960's; sisters Judy and Sue Donaldson scored several hits in their native country, including 'Miss You Baby', which sounded similar to a song released by Lynne Randell entitled 'Ciao Baby'. After they split up, Sue launched a successful solo career, as Suzanne Lynch or simply Suzanne.
(On June 25, 2020, the band formerly known as "the Dixie Chicks" changed their name to the Chicks, dropping the word "Dixie", which referenced the American Mason–Dixon line, separating the free and slave-owning southern states. The name change followed criticism that the word had connotations of American slavery. The band pointed out that they had picked "that stupid name" as teenagers, and had wanted to change it for years; they said they were moved to change it when they saw the Confederate flag described as "the Dixie Swastika" on social media in June 2020. The band received Judy and Sue's blessings to share the name.)