Definitions for "Alive N Kickin'"
Alive N Kickin’ (known originally as Alive and Kicking) is a Brooklyn band led by singers Pepe Cardona and Sandy Toder, known mainly for their 1970 hit “Tighter, Tighter” which reached number seven in the United States charts, and whose chorus was borrowed from Janis Joplin's previous breakthrough single "Piece of My Heart". Members of the band included Bruce Sudano, Thomas Woody Wilson (bass), John Parisio (guitar), and Vito Albano (drums, live only). The group formed in 1968, reaching success when they began recording for Tommy James on his label Roulette Records.