"Takin' the show on the road?"
While at KODJ, M.G. Kelly formed an oldies cover band for the purpose of performing at station events. He dusted off his drums, handed a tambourine to his wife, Kelli Kelly, gave her the stage name of Good Golly Miss Molly, gathered some really hot L.A. Musicians and the group became M.G. Kelly and The G-Men. As a result of KODJ's promotion, the band took off! The G-Men was the opening act for just about every oldies concert that hit Los Angeles.
About The G-Men, Kelly recalls:
The G-Men are the opening act for
The Mamas and The Papas at Knott's Berry Farm.
"Do I what? Will I what?
Oh baby, You know what I like!"
The Universal Amphitheatre features The G-Men.
Good Golly Miss Molly!
Prior to The Beach Boys at The L.A. Coliseum
The G-Men open for Tommy James and Johnny Rivers.