Six Fat Dutchmen

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List of top 10 songs by Six Fat Dutchmen. Full list of songs by Six Fat Dutchmen including albums. Six Fat Dutchmen Discography. Complete list of Six Fat Dutchmen songs. Music by Six Fat Dutchmen, including lyrics and music videos.
Song TitleYear Released *Song Rank
Beer Barrel Polka 2008 1,006,601
Barbara Polka 2008 1,162,113
Dig That Crazy Oom Pah Man 2011 -
Yellow Rose Of Texas 2008 1,204,581
Sleigh Bell 1,162,112
Jenny Lind Polka 2008 1,257,025
Schnitzelbank 2008 1,162,114
Chopsticks Polka 2008 1,327,688
Bohemian Polka 2011 -
Red Wing Polka 2008 1,327,705
* Approximate (assumes song was released same year as the album it was first released on)
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The Six Fat Dutchmen was a polka band formed around 1932 by Harold Loeffelmacher in New Ulm, Minnesota. The band was known mostly for playing the "Oom-pah" style of polka music that originated from Germany and the German-speaking areas of Czechoslovakia. They were regular performers at the then-famous George’s Ballroom in New Ulm, and were voted Number One Polka Band for seven years in a row by the National Ballroom Operators Association. Compilations of their music continue to be produced and sold, more than 70 years after the band's founding.


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