Lance Reynolds formed Australian Rock 'n ' Roll revival act Silver Studs in Brisbane during 1975. The trio's act included singing, dancing and comedy. They signed to the Philips label and issued the single My Teenage Dream. They scored their biggest hit single with a rendition of “Happy Days”, the theme song to the US TV comedy of the same name. The single reached number four in June 1976 and was followed by their second hit, “Dance With A Dolly”, which made number 11 in September. The trio's debut album “Happy Days” (6357042) sold 50,000 copies for Philips Records. At the start of 1977, Stevens left to replace Frankie J Holden in Ol'55, where he performed under the pseudonym Mike Raffone. The LP here for you to download was produced by Rod Thomas with the help of William Motzing and Michael Vidale in 1976.