This Pennsylvania girl group featured sisters Gretchen and Cathy Owens singing alongside their friend Linda Jones.
The trio recorded three singles in 1963 for Ascot, United Artists and Veep but are best remembered for their association with Lou Christie, who helped get them signed and who composed some of their material (with his writing partner, Twyla Herbert).
Their second single, Egyptian Shumba, featured savage vocals and a middle eastern melody. Billboard named the song #35 on their list of “100 Greatest Girl Group Songs of All Time”.
The track later became a hit on the Northern Soul scene in Britain.
Their other tracks were in a more traditional girl group pop style.