Earl Royce & the Olympics were a Liverpool band who had been fortunate to get embroiled in the record firm frenzy to trim singles with anyone from the town that might even hold a musical instrument. The group was produced in early 1963 by associates of other regional bands, especially Pete Make of Groupings Inc., who exited immediately after and was changed by George Peckham (from the Pawns), who after that jumped dispatch for the Fourmost. Their primary lineup was Billy Kelly (aka Earl Royce) on business lead vocals, Jimmy Jordan on the skins, Kenny Hazzard on tempo electric guitar, and Brian Dee on bass and vocals. They trim a set of singles, “Que Sera Sera” b/w “I MUST SAY I Perform” and “Figure Factors Happen That Method” b/w “Certain to Fall,” for EMI/Columbia and Parlophone, respectively, with George Martin playing piano in the last mentioned; neither of these charted. Those information weren’t as noticeable internationally as the look of them in the Gerry & the Pacemakers feature film Ferry Combination the Mersey (1965), where they’re seen providing an enthusiastic overall performance of “Tremble a Tail Feather.” Rita “Jeannie” Hughes, of Jeannie & the best Guys, exceeded through their lineup in 1964, and Frank Bowen, the business lead guitarist for the Styles, was within their lineup from 1965 through 1966.