After an unprofitable stint with Flavor, Stan Sheppard banded with Steven and Sterling Grain to create Triple S. The name originates from the initial initial of every name: S. Putting your signature on with 20th Hundred years Fox Information, the trio liked produces in 1979 and 1980 but under no circumstances came near hitting the mom lode. They debuted in 1979 with Stevie Wonder’s “My Cherie Amour” b/w “Back Your Arms Once again” compiled by Chauncey Matthews, who was simply in Taste but was articles playing keyboards and composing tracks for Triple S. 20th Hundred years slapped the sweetness side on the trunk of “Dance the night time Apart,” also in 1979, for Triple S’s second discharge. They garnered some membership play but nothing at all was smokin’ the graphs. A third one, “Performing a Tune About You” b/w “Appreciate Is a Sense,” shut out 1979. A self-titled record arrived in 1979 that discovered few takers. Not really wanting to toss good cash after poor, 20th Hundred years cooled for the work and didn’t discharge their 4th and final discharge before fall of 1980. “Surely got to GET A Number,” compiled by Steve, Sterling, and another Grain, Chestener, also didn’t heart stroke the fires. The turn aspect, “Livin’ and Lovin’ Simply for You,” was another structure by Matthews who had written every Triple S. discharge except the sweetness melody and “Surely got to GET A Amount.” Sheppard still left to create Skool Boyz in 1981, an organization that included Matthews on vocals and keyboards. The Grain twins whereabouts are unidentified.