The Tempo Rascals were a trio formed by Leonard Caston, Ollie Crawford, and Alfred Elkins following a outbreak of the next World Battle. The group’s sound, a variety of r&b and blues with some tranquility vocals, produced them extremely interesting in the first 1940’s. They spent the majority of their period playing to women and men in the military, on USO trips of America, European countries, as well as the Pacific theatre. For their touring, and the actual fact that a lot of their presence overlapped having a hit against the record businesses by the Music artists Union, and they also left behind practically nothing in the form of paperwork of their sound. They split up past due in 1945 — however, not before playing one amazing display before an target audience that included Field Mashal Bernard Montgomery, General from the Military Dwight Eisenhower, and Marshal from the USSR Gregory Zhukov. Caston and Crawford later on enjoyed an extended (and far better recorded) profession playing collectively alongside Willie Dixon within the Big Three Trio.