The Lee Kings were a short-lived Swedish rock quintet who rode the wave from the Uk Invasion to multiple appearances in theTop Ten of their country’s singles chart in 1966 and 1967. Produced in 1964 as Lenne & the Lee Kings, founding associates included Lenne Broberg, guitarists Bengt Dahlén and Bjarne Möller, bassist Olle Nordström, and drummer Lasse Sandgren. Nordström parted methods using the band in 1966 and was changed by Mike Watson. Another calendar year, Johnny Lundin would substitute Möller and Tony Walter had taken over for Sandgren prior to the music group dissolved. After striking number two using their melody “End the Music” in January 1966, they topped the graph with their lone number 1, “L.O.D.,” per month afterwards. Both tunes made an appearance on the 1966 debut record, End the Music, that was fleshed out with three monitors by Stockholm’s the Sunspots and released with the Grand Prix label. “Why, Why, Why” in the RCA Victor LP Bingo! produced the very best Ten afterwards that calendar year, and “I CANNOT Continue Living” was a summer months strike in Sweden in 1967.