The Ambers were an unsuccessful California act whose associates included Ralph Mathis, the sibling of Johnny Mathis. (Ralph appears comparable to his older sibling and is frequently recognised incorrectly as him, as he was, by supporters in 1979 when Johnny was honored using a star in the Hollywood Walk of Popularity.) Of John and Mildred Mathis’ seven kids, just Johnny and Ralph demonstrated any musical inclinations. The Ambers’ initial record, “Hardly ever Let You Move” b/w “I’ll Make a go,” surfaced on Ebb Information in 1958; their second and last 45 “Most of My Darling” b/w “So Happy,” arrived two years down the road Todd Information. Neither single accomplished any amount of success, and shortly the Ambers, whose various other members stay a secret, disbanded.