One Hit Wonders of the ’80s: 1987 – Bourgeois Tagg

“I Don’t Mind at All” by Bourgeois Tagg

Bourgeois Tagg was a band led by Brent Bourgeois and Larry Tagg. Their self-titled debut album got a little attention on college radio, and that was about it. But in 1987, the band recorded the album Yoyo with Todd Rundgren as the producer. This spawned their biggest, and only hit – “I Don’t Mind at All”. The song peaked at #38 on December 5, 1987. The follow-up single “Waiting for the Worm to Turn” failed to chart in the U.S.

Then tensions rose in the band, and they broke up. Brent Bourgeois went on to a solo career, and is currently involved in Contemporary Christian music. Larry Tagg released two solo albums, With a Skeleton Crew and Rover. Guitarist Lyle Workman tours with Todd Rundgren, and scored such films as Jon Favreau’s 2001 comedy “Made,” and the 2005 hit comedy “The 40-Year-Old Virgin.” Drummer Michael Urbano played with the group Smash Mouth from 2000 to 2006.

Let’s Return to the band’s happier days when they had this hit, “I Don’t Mind At All”:

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