Flash back to 1957, where classmates at William Penn High school in York, Pennsylvania,started singing together and called themselves the Quinteros. With Roberta Hayman as lead vocalist and her supporting team of Phyllis Carr, Carolyn Holmes,Ronni Scott, Kenneth Sexton and Jeannie Crist, they had the same group member structure as the Hearts with just one male voice. They started playing local events around town, and met disc jockey Paul Landesman. Landesman worked at WHGB in Harrisburg, PA at 1400 on the AM dial. He worked with the group for a bit, and got them their first recording with the powerhouse Chess label out of Chicago. They changed their name to the Quintones, and were able to get on a tour, despite the lack of success of their first record. This took them out of school for a period of time to chase their dream. The group got together to write their next song, "Down The Aisle Of Love", and back to the studio they went. This time it was for the local Philadelphia label, Red Top, owned by Irv Nathan and Marvin "Red Top" Schwartz. The unique beginning treatment of "Here Comes The Bride" using the organ, gave it a hook. That combined with a fine ballad in it's own right, and the group was off to the races. The group name was now the Quin-Tones with a hyphen, and the record eventually sold nearly a million copies. The demand was so great for the independent record label Red Top, that they had to get a couple agreements with other business partners to keep up with the orders. They switched to the bigger local label, Hunt, who was affiliated with Globe records. And their was an agreement with ABC Paramount to distribute the disc nationwide. The engagements increased, including the prestigious Apollo theatre and American Bandstand, and a follow up was in order. "There'll be No Sorrow" failed to make the national charts, but hit many local lists, while remaining with the Hunt/Globe/ABC Paramount deal. One more record and still no royalties later, the Quin-Tones disbandoned. A hard line stance by the record companies with the "What have you done lately" attitude, and they had no where to go. But, they left the music business with some great recordings, treasured memories and a huge hit to be proud of.