|Children of Rain|
A 1960s folk trio from New York City, consisting of brother and sister Pam and Denis Meacham and singer/songwriter Alan Ross.
The group released the first-ever 45 rpm single of the famed 1960sí anthem "Get Together", later a classic by The Youngbloods, on Dot Records (45-16868, MB-21025) in April 1966.
Pam and Alan married in late 1967, forming the folk-rock group Ross Legacy and releasing "Makes You Wanna Sigh", written by Pamís brother and former Children of Rainer Denis, on Mercury Recordsí Philips label in 1968.
At the encouragement of Music City mogul Buddy Killen, producer of R&B immortal Joe Tex and countless country stars, including Dolly Parton, Dottie West and Roger Miller, Pam and Alan Ross moved to Nashville in 1969.
Killen produced the duo and published Alanís songs with Tree Publishing Company, from September 1969 through 1971. The couple appeared on over 400 television shows emanating from Nashville, from 1969-74.
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