After modest success in England and one release on Palette in 1961 (as The Phantoms), they enjoyed far greater popularity in Scandinavia in the early 1960s after being invited to tour with Per Granberg in Norway in 1961.
The group would eventually move to Sweden and were billed alongside several big names of that era such as Del Shannon, The Searchers, Chubby Checker and Gerry & The Pacemakers and most notably were the supporting act for The Beatles during their Swedish tour in October, 1963.
Ken Levy (Guitar, later on Vocals)
Cliff Gentle (Rhythm Guitar)
David Cooke (Bass)
Freddie Smart (Drums), later replaced by Robin Bailey.
Johnny Culham (Vocals)