"A Lovers Concerto" got to number two on the Billboard charts in September of 1965. It was a huge record that spent fifteen weeks on those charts. The Toys landed a total of four records over the next year on the top 100, and released one original album. The original Toys were: Barbara Harris, June Montiero, and Barbara Parritt. They appeared in many shows including Shindig, Hullabaloo, American Bandstand, Hy Lit's, Where the Action Is, Clay Cole's, and Upbeat. They also had a cameo appearance in the film "It's A Bikini World." Their follow up, "Attack" did very well for them, peaking at number eighteen on the pop charts. They also recorded on Philips and Musicor, before the ride was over. In the picture below right,, I'm on the right, Barbara Harris is in the middle and Denise Fitz-Johnson is on the left. Denise and another member not pictured, Robin Trawick, are performing as the Toys today. This was taken backstage at the Pittsburgh Benedum center in May 2002 during the Red,White, And Rock show. The Toys started out as the Charlettes on Angie 1002 with "The Fight's Not Over and "Whatever Happened To Our Love."