Violet Santangelo was the feminine half from the male-female folk-rock-pop duo Lyme & Cybelle, formed by her and Warren Zevon in 1965 in LA. Santangelo sang with Zevon on two 1966 Lyme & Cybelle singles, three of whose four songs she also published with him. The to begin those singles, the raga-rock-tinged “Stick to Me,” produced #65, but Zevon still left the act following the follow-up, a cover of Bob Dylan’s “IN THE EVENT THAT YOU Gotta Go, Move Today,” flopped. Lyme & Cybelle continuing with Wayne Erwin acquiring Zevon’s place, and Erwin and Santangelo sang in the 1966 Lyme & Cybelle one “Tune 7″/”Write IN THE EVENT THAT YOU Get Function,” made by Curt Boettcher. This edition of Lyme & Cybelle extended to a complete music group before Santangelo was terminated by Erwin. All six tracks through the Lyme & Cybelle singles (like the types sung by Santangelo and Erwin), aswell as many Lyme & Cybelle demos (all with Zevon) and early Zevon demos, show up on the Warren Zevon The First Periods compilation. As Laura Kenyon, Santangelo afterwards became an celebrity, showing up on Broadway and touring variations of Broadway musicals.