The Palace Safeguard didn’t make a lot of a splash anywhere but Southern California. The music group didn’t graph nationally, but among its tunes, the folk-rock “Falling Sugars,” was well-received regionally. The group debuted on Orange Empire Information, a Los Angeles-based label, using the solitary “FOREVER Long.” Later on, Verve Information found distribution privileges to “Dropping Sugars.” The music group moved to Cameo/Parkway Information in 1966 and released “Greed” and “Saturday’s Kid.” The Palace Safeguard contains John Beaudoin and his brothers, Dave Beaudoin and Don Beaudoin, and bassist Rick Moser, business lead guitarist Chuck McLung, vocalist Mike Conley, and drummer Emitt Rhodes. For a short while soon after the band’s development, Don Grady, aka Don Agrati, was also an associate. Grady, who later continue to popularity as Robbie Douglas on television’s My Three Sons, added vocals and performed keyboards and drums. He quickly became section of a music group known as Yellowish Balloon. Despite his short involvement, the music group originally was known as Don Grady & the Palace Safeguard. At one stage, the music group was called the Emeralds. Users outfitted like Buckingham Palace’s guards, filled with huge furry headgear and military-like outfits. Their music combined folk-rock songs having a sound produced from the English Invasion. In addition they covered Beatles music, including “It’s Just Like.” Rhodes, as well, contributed some initial tunes. The Palace Safeguard found function and a particular level of regional fame by carrying out at Hullabaloo because the Los Angeles night time spot’s resident music group.