This UK pop trio comprised Sheila Jones (b. 21 Oct 1936, Lewisham, London, Britain), Shirley ‘Shan’ Palmer (b. 15 August 1938, Hull, Britain) and Carol Teen (b. Carol Mayall, 12 Apr 1930, Oldham, Lancashire, Britain, d. August 2006, Brighton, Sussex, Britain). Produced in 1954 by Carmen Kaye and originally referred to as the Three Kayes, their big break emerged when they made an appearance on tv’s AROUND Tonight in 1956. They implemented this with fourteen days on the London Palladium and their debut one, a cover edition from the Charms’ ‘Ivory Tower’ on HMV Information, made the united kingdom Best 20. They became a member of Philips Information in 1957 and their initial two Top 10 strikes, which arrived together with Frankie Vaughan, had been cover variations of Bob Jaxon’s ‘Gotta Possess Something In THE LENDER Frank’ (their royalties likely to the Kids Clubs, a business with which Vaughan continues to be involved for quite some time) as well as the Fleetwoods’ ‘Arrive Softly To Me’. Of the numerous singles they released, their just solo Top 10 strike was their edition of Anita Bryant’s US strike ‘Paper Roses’ in 1960. Philips also released three EPs, 1958’s Presenting The Kaye Sisters, 1959’s The Kayes IN THE Colony, and 1960’s Kaye Sisters Favourites. Jones retired in the past due 60s and was changed by Gilly. They continuing to work, frequently supporting Maximum Bygraves. Young remaining in the past due 70s to pursue an performing career, and made an appearance in the ITV series Albion Marketplace and top cleaning soap opera Coronation Road. ‘Shan and Gilly Kaye’ made an appearance in the 1978 Royal Control Overall performance, and sang collectively in theatres and cabaret through the 80s. The initial three members had been reunited in 1992 and 1993, performing numbers made popular from the Andrews Sisters in UK trips of In The Feeling, a tribute to Glenn Miller.