Originally formed in 1968 as a "family act", when Virgin Islands born sisters Carmen, Lillian and Louise Lopez gathered together to sing in harmony as The Lopez Sisters. The trio found work in and around New York, mainly the usual gigs such as weddings, parties, and small clubs. After struggling for many years without success, sister Carmen chose to opt out for marriage and domesticity.
Lillian and Louise decided that a new sound was needed to enhance their chances for success, enter Manilla-born Tony Reynolds. With the new line-up a name change was in order. Lillian and Louise were embarking on a new odyssey with a male singer and a more pop oriented sound.
Currently the band is led by by [a=Steven Collazo] (Lillian Lopez's son) and featuring vocalist twins Annis and Anne Peters.