A long-running Country Music Quartet (nearly 50 years!) from Staunton, Virginia. Former members are: Don Reid (lead vocals), Harold Reid (bass), Phil Balsley (baritone), and Lew DeWitt (tenor). DeWitt left in 1983 due to health issues, with Jimmy Fortune taking his place. The group released "Flowers on the Wall" in 1965, a song that became a huge crossover hit and even netted them a Grammy. From then until the late 1980s, they were a somewhat constant presence on the country charts, scoring even more Signature Songs along the way, such as "Do You Remember These", "The Class of '57", "I'll Go to My Grave Loving You", "Do You Know You Are My Sunshine", "The Official Historian on Shirley Jean Berrell" and "Elizabeth".