An R&B vocal group from Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA, the Ruler Pins were essentially a secularized gospel group, and therefore their early 60s information display a number of the incipient noises of the spirit revolution. Members had been three Kelly brothers – Robert, Andrew and Curtis – Charles Lee and Offee Reece. Curtis and Robert had been the two network marketing leads within the group. That they had one strike as the Ruler Pins, ‘It Won’t End up being This Way Generally’ (amount 13 R&B, amount 89 pop), from 1963, and something because the Kelly Brothers, ‘Falling In Like Once again’ (amount 39 R&B), from 1966. The group came back with their gospel root base within the 70s.