The Debutantes were formed in Detroit, Michigan in 1964 by then 14-year-old singer Jan McClellan who recruited Lynn Hawkins (rhythm guitar) and Diane Abray (drums) to join her. Although they went through numerous line-up changes, they remained all-female throughout their existence. They recorded McClellan's composition, "A New Love Today" on Lucky Eleven in 1966. They appeared several times on CKLW-TV's Swingin' Time and toured extensively before breaking up in 1969 after a grueling four month tour of Asia.
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