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More than one band has used this name. 1) The Bells were a Canadian rock band from Montreal that had two notable hit singles in the early 1970s. Featuring South African natives, Anne and Jackie Ralph as well as Cliff Edwards, Doug Gravelle and Gordie McLeod, the group started in 1965 as the Five Bells. They had their first hit in 1969 with "Moody Manitoba Morning", followed in 1970 (after shortening their name and some personnel changes) by "Fly Little White Dove, Fly", which became a Top-10 hit in Canada. Piano player Frank Mills joined The Bells for a short period from 1970 to 1972, after which he pursued a successful solo career. Charlie Clark joined the band in 1970 as a guitarist and vocalist. White Dove was followed up in 1971 by "Stay Awhile", a duet featuring Ralph and Edwards. Written by Saint John native Ken Tobias, the song became a major hit worldwide, selling four million copies and became their only Top 40 hit in the US reaching #7 on Billboard. The song features a charming whispered vocal by Jackie Ralph. 2) The Bells are a Chicago area band fronted by Chris Connelly, also known as Chris Connelly and The Bells. 3) The Bells are an Orange County rock band fronted by Mark Bolton and Adolescents member Frank Agnew. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.