SS Fools was a primary offshoot of 3 Pet Night, so it is unsurprising that their audio resembled the latter group — though maybe it’s argued how the SS Fools produced the changeover to a funkier make of ’70s spirit easier than Three Pet Evening ever did. The group’s roots (and name) get back to the Three Pet Night record Seven Individual Fools, the lineup that, furthermore to longtime drummer Floyd Sneed, also included Joe Schermie on bass and Michael Allsup on electric guitar. By past due 1975 the group was needs to splinter and Sneed, Schermie, and Allsup teamed up past due that season with veteran Three Pet Night manufacturer Richard Podolor and earned Bobby Kimball as business lead singer and key pad participant. The lineup of SS Fools was done with Stan Seymore on electric guitar and Wayne Devillier as another keyboard player, as well as the group was agreed upon to Columbia Information. They slice a self-titled LP that resembled the task of their previous music group, although with a far more soulful and funkier audio, but didn’t last very long enough to develop much more when compared to a cult pursuing, and by the finish from the ’70s the SS Fools had been background. Bobby Kimball was still producing records in to the 21st hundred years. Sneed continuing to record with additional performers, and Schermie passed on in 2002.