These handsome young men recorded at least three singles on Pee-Vee Records in 1966 and 1967. I first heard them on the 1983 Return of the Young Pennsylvanians comp. Pee-Vee was run by Charles Miller aka Pancho Villa and put out many doo-wop, garage, and prog rock singles from 1964-74. Butch King (front, center?) was the singer.
You Tell Me Girl b/w Mo-Town Workout (Pee-Vee 140)
From My Window b/w I'll Always Be (Pee-Vee 142)
Valarie b/w Let's Go Steady
Sources: Bona Fide Records, WFMU's Rock and Soul Ichiban, WFMU Fool's Paradise
If you were around Lancaster in those days and remember the bands, clubs, music stores, record labels, or any other part of the scene, please help us salvage that history!