The Dixie Cups
The Dixie Cups are an American pop music girl group of the 1960s. They are best known for their 1964 million selling disc, ""Chapel of Love"". By 1963 the trio had decided to pursue a career in music and began singing locally as the Meltones. Within a year Joe Jones, a successful singer in his own right with the Top Five 1960 single ""You Talk Too Much,"" became their manager. After working with them for five months, Jones took them to New York, where record producers / songwriters Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller signed them to their new Red Bird Records. Their first release, ""Chapel of Love,"" proved to be their biggest hit, although they had other hits with ""People Say"" (#12, 1964), ""You Should Have Seen the Way He Looked at Me"" (#39, 1964), ""Iko Iko"" (#20, 1965), and ""Little Bell"" (#51, 1965). ""Chapel of Love"" sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc. The Dixie Cups continue to perform and make personal appearances. The current line-up consists of the same Hawkins sisters along with Athelgra Neville, sister of the singing Neville Brothers."