From LA, California, USA, this vocal group comprised initial tenor business lead Johnny Wyatt (b. 1938, Texacali, Tx; d. 1983), tenor lead Rochell Henderson, baritone Melvin Sasso, and bass T.C. Henderson. Their one strike, ‘Once Upon A Period’ (amount 20 R&B, amount 26 pop), from 1961, was area of the early 60s neo-doo-wop sensation when doo-wop experienced a resurgence appealing on the graphs. The novelty from the falsetto lead of Wyatt in addition to the name of ‘Rochell’ provided many listeners the misconception which the group was led by way of a feminine. The follow-up, ‘Therefore Far Apart’ (1961), furthermore highlighted Wyatt’s high pitched lead, but despite its brilliance, didn’t dent the graphs. Other singles implemented, both on Swingin’ and Problem, however the Candles cannot go back to the graphs. Their last documenting, a sublime remake from the Olympics’ ‘Big Boy Pete’ premiered in 1964 for an indifferent globe. Wyatt continued to become business lead from the soul-era group Johnny AS WELL AS THE Expressions, who strike the graphs with ‘Something I WISH TO Show You’ in 1966. He also produced some singles being a solo musician for Bronco during 1966-67.