The Missing Links were together for 11 years. First as the house band for 'The Kingsway' in Chatham, ON for roughly four years, then playing in Toronto, ON and touring. They were formerly known as "Zeke and the Moonshiners" and "The Larsen Brothers".
The band released one album, "It's Link Up Time With The Missing Links" in 1966. It was a privately issued album that was produced by Paul Shaffer, who is best known as the musical director for David Letterman’s late night talk show.
NOTE: Their original drummer, Grant Smith, left after a few years and went on to form the popular Toronto rock-soul outfit “E.G. Smith And The Power”.