Vocalist Lily Ann Carol sang with Louis Prima’s orchestra from 1940 to 1946, when she left to begin a solo career. She ﬁnished sixth in the category of best female band singer in Down Beat’s 1944 and 1945 polls.
After going solo, Carol played the nightclub circuit, recording with Charlie Ventura’s band on the National label in late 1946 and solo on the Signature label in 1950 and Prima’s Robin Hood label in 1951. In 1952 she signed with RCA and in 1954 recorded for the Bruce label. In 1957 she recorded for Mercury. During the 1960s, she worked a nightclub act with husband Joe Barone.