String of Fun was a pop/rock and roll group that formed in Toronto, Canada, in 1986. People from the lineup had been drummer Gord Pitts; bassist Jonathan Clark; and three performing brothers: business lead vocalist Geoff McPeek, guitarist Ben McPeek, and keyboardist Jerome McPeek. The McPeek brothers was raised with fascination with the music globe, since their dad owned a documenting studio room. When he passed away, he remaining it to his sons. The same 12 months the group began, they documented a self-titled debut EP, their first and last outing like a music group. The EP bears songs like “Theatre AT NIGHT,” “Like Inside,” “I Gotta Understand,” and “Paisley Ladies.” String of Fun gained an opportunity to indication with an archive label in Britain. It had been a offer the users didn’t take, given that they didn’t need to keep their homeland. From then on, the music group faded out as quickly because they had arrived.