Klymaxx was fabricated up of architect Bernadette Cooper, diva Lorena Porter (Shelby), bassist Joyce Irby, guitarist Cheryl Cooley and keyboardists Lynn Malsby and Robbin Grider, and fabricated history as the aboriginal all-female R&B, alarm and pop bandage in which every changeable affiliate played an instrument.

The ladies allowable the radio after-effects with songs such as the 1985 hit “I Miss You” and "The Men All Pause" and "Meeting in the Ladies Room" and the hit “I’d Still Say Yes,” a brace years later.

The band's alienation began in 1989, back Cooper capital to go in her own direction, and the years anesthetized with abrasion growing amid Cooper and Cooley who after began touring beneath the crooked name of the band.."