The group started initial as "Das Conny Roland Terzett" with the members Kurt Stephan, Winfried Pakusa and Fred Ritter. The later decided to stay with the Comedien-Quartett. He was replaced by Jan Rieger. Winfried Pakusa left, too. He was replaced by Fred Niemann. 1956/57 both left and were replaced by Martin (Benno) Berndt and Richard Gatermann. Hans Joachim Kipka replaced Martin Berendt in the middle of 1961.
Active since 1954, they performed throughout Germany. In March and April 1955 they toured the Netherlands.
The trio performed with many famous Schlager artist from the 50s, for example they appeared on early Margot Eskens, Liselotte Malkowsky or Richard Germer recordings.
As Die Octavios the featured recordings of Udo Jürgens on the Heliodor label.
Die Fröhliche Runde and Die Fröhlichen Wanderer are other pseudonyms.
In the 1960s they joined with Karl Golgowsky to form Die Rixdorfer Sänger and Das Roland-Golgowsky-Quartett, but were also just credited Golgowsky-Quartett