Gene Thomas had some minor success in the early 1960s with the songs "Sometimes" and "Baby's Gone". After the latter he dabbled in writing music for a few years before running into aspiring crooner, Debbe Neville, (or Nevills as some sources say). In an Everly Brothers style of harmonizing, they launched a career at Acuff-Rose music, singing romantic country style pop melodies.
They were signed to a recording contract with TRX, a subsidiary of Hickory Records where they recorded their two biggest hits, "Go With Me" and "Playboy". The latter had an eventual combined sales figure of one million discs being awarded a gold record in June 1968.
After hitting the charts with "Playboy" at #18, they both faded into obscurity.