The Troyes Band
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The Troyes Band
The Troyes
Origin Battle Creek, Michigan, United States
Genres Garage rock, rock and roll, proto-punk
1966 (1966)-1967 (1967)

The Troyes were an American garage rock band formed in 1966, and based in Battle Creek, Michigan. They mostly played in the local teens clubs, such as Teens Inc. and Eddy's,[1] before being the first band to be signed on Ray Anthony's label, Space Records, with "Rainbow Chaser".[2]


  • "Why?" / "Rainbow Chaser" (Phalanx 1008/1009) 1966
  • "Why?" / "Rainbow Chaser"[3] (Space 7001) 1966
  • "Help Me Find Myself"[4] / "Love Comes, Love Dies" (Space 7002) 1967


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