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The Three Blond Mice started out as three blond teenage girls who often performed on the Gene Carroll Show, a Cleveland TV variety show that included amateur and semi-professional musicians and dancers. The original three were Mary Lou Mural, Sandy Mooney, and Ramona (Mona) Garcia. In 1966, the group was renamed The Promises, with new member Bonnie Racin replacing Mary. This group released a 45 on Ascot. Over the next several years, the group had some different members and eventually as the girls grew up the group became dormant. Sometime around 1972 the group was reactivated with Sandy and Ramona and new third member. called. They restarted as The Promises, and a new record deal with . Their first record was a gender changed remake of a lesser hit called "Living in the Footsteps of Another Man". This record got some airplay in Cleveland and other cities, and Brunswick (on their BRC subsidiary) released a second 45 of similar quality smooth soul-ish sounds. The song "This Love Is Real" was a remake of a Jackie Wilson recording. This was their last 45, though. There has been rumours that an LP was recorded but nothing to verify that it was ever completed.

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