Though he is definitely remembered mainly as Frankie Lymon’s brother, Louie Lymon attained some notoriety by himself. He was 12 when he started performing with some community close friends in Harlem. Rossilio Roca, Lyndon Harold, and David Small were the additional members from the Teenager Chords. The Teenager Chords gained an audition with Bobby Robinson by pirating vocalist Ralph Vaughan from backstage in the Apollo, where he was waiting around to audition for his sibling Frankie’s group. They visited Robinson’s record store and sang. Robinson ultimately released the Fury label using the Teenchords one “I’m So Content/Lydia.” The melody was an enormous East Coast strike, as well as the Teenchords were shortly touring with such main serves as Jerry Butler as well as the Impressions, Jessie Belvin, and Mickey and Sylvia. They released two even more singles on Fury. They afterwards documented for End, and made an appearance in the film Jamboree. But by 1960, they disbanded. Louie Lymon after that documented using the Townsmen, and do some unsuccessful duets along with his sibling on the Apollo. He began a new edition from the Teenchords in 1971 with Ralph Ramos, Louis Vasquez, Velmont Miller, and Frank San Pietro. Lymon attempted with another model from the Teenchords in 1983, plus they documented a version from the Teens’ “I’D LIKE You to become My Female” in 1984 for Starlight. They trim “Dance Female” for the same label in 1985. This lineup included John O’Keefe, Mike Nicoletti, Thomas Camuti, and Andre Increases, along with Lymon. Lymon eventually still left and co-wrote a reserve about his encounters that was hardly ever published.