Formed in the ashes of Rare Breed of dog, Mansfield Ohio’s the Ohio Exhibit emerged together in 1967 and appreciated a number of the largest successes from the bubblegum rock and roll craze from the past due ’60s. The original line-up included Joey Levine on vocals, Dale Power on electric guitar, Doug Grassel on second electric guitar, Jim Pflayer on keyboards, Dean Krastan on bass and Tim Corwin on drums. Beneath the aegis of manufacturers Jerry Kasenetz and Jeff Katz, Ohio Express surfaced frequently on the past due-’60s pop graphs. Their first one, a reworked Rare Breed of dog tune known as “Beg, Borrow and Grab” damaged the charts, nonetheless it was the sugary-sweet one-two punch of “Yummy Yummy Yummy” and “Chewy Chewy” that created their biggest strikes. These tunes had been couple of million-sellers for the music group and their label, bubblegum powerhouse Buddah Information. Future 10cc innovator Graham Gouldman sang business lead on their last graph bow in 1969, “Sausalito (May be the Place to Proceed).” The music group had a relatively nebulous living for another 2 decades. For a short amount of time in the mid-’70s, Kasenetz and Katz put together a edition of Ohio Express comprised of completely new music artists to try out the band’s strikes in Long Isle night clubs and dive pubs. This in-name-only edition from the music group was short-lived. Within the 1980s, initial drummer Tim Corwin put together a fresh lineup of the group plus they started touring the oldies circuit playing the band’s past due-’60s strikes. In 2012 this edition from the music group provided up Bubblegum Times, an recording of newly documented variations of both their most well-known hits and also other covers from your bubblegum era.