A studio room group that recorded two browse singles for Capitol Information in 1963, the town Surfers featured a, pre-Byrds Roger McGuinn (he was still referred to as Jim McGuinn at this time) on electric guitar, Bobby Darin on drums, and songwriter Frank Gari on vocals. Darin got employed McGuinn a season earlier to try out guitar and then add folk flair to his live work. After a couple of months, nevertheless, Darin dropped his tone of voice and was compelled to briefly rest it. He shifted McGuinn to his music posting business, T.M. Music, being a songwriter, and McGuinn and Gari developed some music to profit from the then popular browse music craze. With Darin playing drums and a Terry Melcher seated in on piano, the recently christened Town Surfers documented two singles, “Seaside Ball”/”Sunlight Tan Baby” and “Natural powder Puff”/”50 Miles to look,” neither which ever also came near to the pop graphs but have already been rarities searched for by surf-era record enthusiasts ever since.