In 1957, The Kingston Trio emerged from San Francisco’s North Beach club scene to take the country by storm, bringing the rich tradition of American folk music into the mainstream. Becoming the number one vocal group in the world, the Trio was a musical and cultural phenomenon whose record sales and concert draws were matched only by The Beatles. In a feat yet to be surpassed, Billboard magazine listed four Kingston Trio albums in their Top 10 at the same time. The group has also won two Grammy awards and numerous gold records. Today, Bill Zorn, George Grove, and Rick Dougherty continue the legacy. Through changing times, the Trio has remained popular for a simple reason: songs that sound as good today as the first time you heard them. Over forty years after the song "Tom Dooley" shot to the top of the charts, the Trio is still on the road, bringing back all the great memories and making new ones.