Joy Layne’s instant of glory came when her cover of “Your Crazy Center” shot completely to quantity 20 on Billboard’s pop graph in Feb 1957. Layne was 15 years of age at that time and went to Lynn Township Saturated in a Chicago suburb. The Sandy Duncan appear- and sound-alike appeared destined for stardom. Her shot at popularity came thanks to her enterprising mother/supervisor, who got Layne to find out Mercury Information A&R man Artwork Talmadge; he authorized the bouncy teen to a agreement. Talmadge believed a re-recording from the Poni-Tails’ “Your Crazy Heart” will be a great cover choice for the enthusiastic woman, since Mercury got the clout to consider the record to the very best. Nevertheless, follow-up singles “My Dubious Center” and “After College” didn’t follow the effective path of “Your Crazy Center.” Lennie LaCour created Layne’s last known recordings in 1961.