The Four King Cousins made an album for Capitol in the late '60s, Introducing...The King Cousins, that put their sunny, bland multi-part harmonies to easy listening arrangements on a set largely comprised of covers of big hits of the period by the likes of the Beach Boys, Beatles, and Herb Alpert. The four members (Tina Cole, Cathy Cole, Carolyn Thomas, and Candy Wilson) were indeed cousins, and all were daughters of the far more famous King Sisters, the popular vocal group of the 1930s and 1940s. The Four King Cousins also made appearances on the King Sisters-hosted network television variety series The King Family Show. Member Tina Cole is probably most remembered not for the Four King Cousins, but for her role as the wife of Don Grady in the TV sitcom My Three Sons.
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