The J's started out playing clubs in the Philadelphia Pennsylvania area in the 1960s. They prospered, moving from smaller to larger venues. The 1970s brought about even more interest as the J's released several recordings that became local Philly-area favorites. Television performances and festival gigs soon followed.
In 1977, the J's teamed up with song writer, producer and arranger Lou deLise
to create the dance club hit, "When Did You Stop?." The record received great reviews in the national US music business trade magazines and heavy air play on disco stations up and down the Eastern US.
In 2008, because of strong demand from fans in the UK and elsewhere, the J's re-released "When Did You Stop." The song has been completely re-mixed by producer deLise and Grammy® nominated engineer, David Ivory.
To purchase a download of "When Did You Stop" go to iTunes.com