The group was founded by Johnny Matthews, who died on August 25, 2022 after a battle with illness.
In 1965, the group released “Something I Want to Tell You” on the Josie Records label. It was composed by Ralph Meeks. The B side “Where Is The Party” was composed by Johnny Matthews.
In its October 30 issue, Billboard reported that “Something I Want to Tell You” was a top DJ pick in San Francisco and Baltimore.
For the week ending February 5, 1966, the single was in the Top Sellers in Top Markets chart, 22 In New York, 19 in Philadelphia and 19 in Pittsburgh.
The single peaked in the Hot 100 at #79 on December 2, 1966. It also peaked at #14 in the R&B charts. Wiki
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