A well-known 60's band originally consisting of Steve Boone, Joe Butler, John Sebastian, and Zal Yanovsky. Originally formed in early 1965 in Long Island, NY. In 1967 Zal Yanovksy left the group and was replaced by Jerry Yester. The band slowly disintegrated from 1968 to 1969 with John Sebastian leaving for a solo career.

The band had a number of well-known singles such as "Do You Believe in Magic", "Daydream", "Darlin Be Home Soon","You Didn't Have to be So Nice", "Nashville Cats" and "Summer in the City". In addition to that they also wrote and performed two soundtrack albums for two directors very early in their careers, Woody Allen "Whats Up Tigerlily" and Francis Ford Coppola "You're a Big Boy Now." They released a total of five albums via Kama Sutra Records.

They toured relentlessly throughout their career as a band, playing often on college campuses, a rare practice at the time.

A long, bitter dispute with their record company was finally settled in 1991 and they've begun touring again as well as writing new material.