Originally created by Denyse Lepage and a singer friend, their greatest hit was "Dancin' The Night Away" in 1981. Because Denyse Lepage was already known from her Lime (2) club hit 'Your Love', TransCanada Music, the management didn't wanted to 'confuse' the public and so hired two girls which had absolutely nothing to do with the creation and production of the music: Chantal Condor and Angela Songui who did it for the promotion, eventually owned the name and took the formation further without the formation originators even being asked. Denyse Lepage and Denis Lepage learned the new management move from watching television when the new duo appeared, the couple left off the project before the completion of first album for which François L'Herbier and Michel Daigle went into producing.
Chantal Condor AKA Chantal Chamandy later tried a solo career as 'Chantal' (1989), but it didn't work. She joined the trio Collage (7) in 1992, but the trio disbanded after two years. She is now enjoying relative success as a solo artist, partly because she persued an original and a persevering promotion campaign.
Angela Songui founded the website 'Museability', dedicated to tradeshow management.