The Fun And Games evolved out a Houston, Texas group, the Six Pents. Several members -- Rock Romano (guitar/vocals), Mike Cemo (drums), Paul Guillet (lead guitar), and John T. Bonno (bass) -- had played together in a high school band before joining forces with Richard Bain (vocals), D.J. Greer (piano), Sam Irwin (vocals/tambourine) and Carson Graham (drums). In 1964-1965, they became the house band at Houston's La Maison club, and recorded at Andrus Studios in Houston. After their first single, the Six Pents became The Sixpentz, and signed with Mainstream Records.