Psychedelic pop band the Nova Regional formed around the Chapel Hill campus from the University of NEW YORK in 1965, comprising singer Randy Winburn, guitarists Joe Mendyk (formerly from the Warlocks) and Phil Lambeth, bassist Jim Opton, keyboardist Cam Schinhan, and drummer Bill Levasseur. The group honed its sound around the Chapel Hill fraternity circuit, so when Opton’s Phi Mu Alpha home booked Chad & Jeremy because of its annual charity concert, he recommended the Nova Regional open the display. William Morris Company consultant Rob Heller followed Chad & Jeremy towards the gig, and was therefore impressed by the Nova Regional that he provided them a agreement at that moment — Heller quickly negotiated a cope with Decca, and minus Lambeth (who resigned his responsibilities to attend legislation college), the music group traveled to NEW YORK to record their lone LP, 1967’s Nova I. Relating for an interview Opton offered to U-Spaces, the recording was the 1st ever documented via the Dolby NR Program — two singles had been released (“Video games” and “Additional Girls”), as well as the record was also released in the U.K., however in Apr 1967 the Nova Regional dissolved. When Levasseur’s child Jason’s music group protected the Nova Regional track “IN THE EVENT THAT YOU Only Had enough time” along with his music group, Life generally, on the 2000 recording The Lovely, Lovely Performing, Bill performed drums around the recording.