Linda Jansen left shortly after a year. Kerri Downs (who later married Gerry Granahan, one of The Angels producers) filled in doing shows for a short while. Then, Peggy Santiglia Davison (formerly with The Delicates) joined Bibs and Jiggs. Bibs, Jiggs and Peg became well-known studio singers in NY recording demos and backgrounds as an entity, and separately, with such singers as Jeannie Thomas, Leslie Miller, Irma Franklin, Mikie Harrris and Valerie Simpson. They sang backup for many artists such as Rosie Greer, David Geddes, Neil Diamond, Trini Lopez, Lou Christie, Ben E. King, Tony Orlando and Frank Sinatra. They were then approached by FGG Productions partners, Bobby Feldman, Jerry Goldstein and Richie Gottehrer, with an offer to record "My Boyfriend's Back". With Peggy on lead, Bibs and Jiggs sang background (along with Bernadette Carroll on the third harmony part) on the albums "My Boyfriend's Back" (which contained the single of the same name) and "A Halo to You". Peggy, Bibs and Jiggs toured the US, Canada and Europe doing concerts, clubs and television until Peggy left and was replaced by Toni Mason. Toni toured with Bibs and Jiggs and recorded several sides with them as The Halos and then Toni eventually went out on her own.