Located in the Pacific Northwest, Cup was shaped in the first ’70s using the lineup of Greg Sherman, Jeff Sherman, and Jerry Cook. They started a musical route later on of progressive rock and roll. After a period, Cook remaining the group and was changed for a while by Paul Dark. The group didn’t last long with this construction, though, and known as it quits soon after. In 1999, Cup reformed and released the recording No Stranger towards the Skies the next year.