The Chapins were an outgrowth from the 1960s pop-folk-rock group the Chapin Brothers, who had featured Steve Chapin, Tom Chapin, and Harry Chapin. Harry Chapin had not been a performing person in the band, including his brothers Steve and Tom, along with drummer Phil Forbes and guitarist Dough Walker, if they created in 1969. Harry Chapin, nevertheless, did write a whole lot of materials for the group, which frequently performed in the Bitter Result in NY, and were handled by Bitter End owner Paul Colby. The Chapins do briefly possess a cope with Epic, and an unremarkable obscure vocalist/songwriter-rock single surfaced in 1970, with Harry Chapin’s “Workin’ on MY ENTIRE LIFE” within the A-side; Chapin had not been mixed up in writing from the turn, “THE THING (You Ever Need to Perform Is definitely Die).” Peter M. Coan’s Harry Chapin biography also identifies several additional unreleased Harry Chapin tunes recorded from the group for Epic, “Greyhound” and “Woman from the Highway.” It had been once suggested the Chapins merge using the Simon Sisters, the duo of Lucy Simon as well as the pre-solo stardom Carly Simon, using the name the Brothers & Sisters, though this merger didn’t happen. The Chapins petered out in the first ’70s, as Harry Chapin focused even more on building his eventually successful career like a solo vocalist/songwriter.