Shelly Gillespie, Sue Kirby and Robin Yorke formed the initial She Trinity in Canada. Upon arriving in London, Britain via NY, USA, they added Pauline Monroe towards the line-up. Unlike many ‘girl-groups’ from the period, the She Trinity performed musical musical instruments and, having guaranteed a agreement with Columbia Information in 1966, finished a solid cover version from the Bobby Fuller Four’s ‘I Fought The Rules’, retitled ‘He Fought The Rules’. Other produces, including ‘The Guy Who Took The Valise Off THE GROUND Of Grand Central Place At Noon’, demonstrated considerable promise, however the music group’s profession was totally undermined upon choosing to record ‘Yellow Submarine’ without understanding the Beatles’ would concern their edition as an individual. Kirby was after that changed by Marion Hill, the to begin several adjustments in workers. Beryl Marsden was briefly an associate pursuing her spell in Shotgun Express. The She Trinity continued to be active before end from the 10 years, documenting ‘Across The Road’ in 1967 and ‘Locks’ in 1969, just before splitting up.