Just out of high school & Voted Ohio's "Best garage Band", Mansfield Ohio's, Sir Timothy & The Royals soon began opening for national acts. Introduced to producers, Kasenetz & Katz, the band was renamed The Ohio Express. Their first single, "Beg, Borrow And Steal" charted in '68, and got The Ohio Express world wide attention. In 1969 Buddah Records released Yummy,Yummy, Yummy,which was their biggest hit, reaching the top five on both sides of the Atlantic. The Ohio Express is one of the few bands of that era having sales that earned them Ten Gold Records. "Yummy, Yummy, Yummy", sold 7,000 copies in Japan !
Tim Corwin, of Sir Timothy & The Royals, and the Ohio Express original drummer, in 1969, trademarked the name Ohio Express. There is only one Ohio Express. Today,Tim and his band of seasoned professionals carry on the tradition of excellence The Ohio Express is known for. They may play their Gold Record hits, but this is not an "oldies band" They Rock & Roll With The Best Today !