Don & Juan, given birth to Claude Johnson and Roland Trone, scored 1 big hit in 1962, entitled “What’s Your Name.” The solitary has turned into a doo wop traditional, but its clean ballad design also hints at the start of the introduction of spirit. Johnson and Trone got their begin in a Brooklyn music group known as the Genies. In 1959, they released an up-tempo solitary, entitled “Who’s That Knocking,” on Shad Information. The music reached quantity 71 within the U.S. graphs. They were struggling to reproduce that achievement and were fallen from your label. Johnson and Trone continuing to execute sporadically while operating as painters on Long Isle, and had been rediscovered by a realtor called Peter Paul, who organized to allow them to indication with Big Best Records. They transformed the name of the duo to Don & Juan and documented “What’s Your Name,” which ultimately peaked at quantity seven within the graphs. Only one additional solitary, “Magic Wand,” charted, although music group continuing to record until 1967. Trone passed away in 1983 and Johnson later on revived the take action with another previous person in the Genies, Alexander Faison, who stepped in because the new Juan.