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The O'Kaysions were an American pop group from Wilson, North Carolina. The group first formed under the name The Kays, and scored a top ten hit in the US in 1968 with the tune "Girl Watcher". It was their only major hit, listed in the Top 10 for nine weeks and the Top 100 for twenty-six weeks! They never released a second full-length album.
Jimmy Hinnant - bass
Donny Weaver - vocals, organ
Wayne Pittman - guitar
Ron Turner - trumpet
Jim Special - saxophone
Gerald Toler- saxophone
Bruce Joyner - drums
American pop group
GIRL WATCHER! They found a new past time to dwell on...
What are they up to now?
Bass player, Jim Hinnant is a grandfather now! He and his wife, Patsy have always lived in NC. His mother lives with them. Their twin sons, Scott and Shane, are grown with children of their own.
Wayne Pittman has continued with a Marquee Band called The O'Kaysions performing favorite selections from the '60s to '90s throughout the Southeast for club acts, festivals, wedding receptions, high school reunions, company parties, and banquets.
Gerald Toler is the man leaning on the keyboard wearing the big glasses. He played the saxophone. He was the principal of Clayton Middle School in Clayton, North Carolina, back in the late 90's. His wife was a teacher at Clayton High School also in Clayton, North Carolina and if I am not mistaken, they both retired in 2002.(SLW) He was originally from Princeton, N.C., a small town between Smithfield and Goldsboro off US 70 Highway, His younger brother Johnny was quite the basketball player at Princeton High School. (Mark Pittman)
Steve Watson was the origonal drummer. In the album cover, he's the other one with glasses with his arm on the drum.
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