The Fun And Games - Songs


The Fun And Games was a late 1960s rock group that had one chart hit with the very catchy bubblegum tune,"The Grooviest Girl In The World" (1969).

Members of this Houston-based group included brothers Rock and Joe Romano, Paul Guillet, Joe Dugan, Sam Irwin, and Carson Graham. This group, which evolved from another group known as The Sixpentz, were known as The Fun And Games Commission before shortening their name.

The Fun And Games released one album in 1969, "Elephant Candy." Singer, songwriter and producer Gary Zekley and Mitch Bottler co-wrote the group's hit song, and Zekley produced their album.


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