the Roving Mob


Fairborn, 1966-7

The Roving Mob were five teens from the Fairborn area, a northern suburb of Dayton. They recorded a 45 at King Studios in Sept/Oct 1966 of two original songs written by band members Don Campbell and Tom Williams. A quantity of unplayed copies of the record was found at a garage sale about 1992, probably from the Campbell family who had helped finance the record (the WLC ‘label’ name was the initials for Don Campbell’s father). The band was popular locally and played many teen dances during their 1-2 year existence.

Discography
Cause That's The Way Love Should Be / You'r The One (WLC 630) Oct '66