Beyond the tiny review I found in a Billboard Magazine from February 15, 1960, I haven't been able to find any information about these kids -- but their music speaks for itself...
This record was produced by Morty Craft, a veteran A&R man who had worked for MGM, Mercury, and ABC-Paramount in the 1940's and 1950's. In 1959, he went to work for a Canadian company called United Telefilm as the head of their subsidiary label, Warwick Records. With a background as a musician, and leader of radio orchestras and dance bands, he had the musical chops to record a lot of material himself. Despite his best efforts, though, Warwick Records went bankrupt just a few years later. It probably didn't help that he seemed to be obsessed with the music of the distant past (like me), which led him to release a tribute to Al Jolson as his first album on the new label. If he's still around, Morty would be 90 years old now. I've heard rumors that he's been recently spotted at conga music concerts in New York City. I'd sure like the opportunity to speak with him. One of the other young kids he worked with and recorded while at Warwick was a talented teener from Queens who went by the name Jerry Landis at the time. You know that kid as Paul Simon!
So if you know anything at all about Kitt 'N' Kory, or anything else about this record, or you can hook me up with Morty Craft, please shoot me an e-mail.
New Oldies - The Greatest Hits You've Never Heard is actually a radio format that I've been working on for years. If you'd like to know more about it, please contact me. I love to explain how it works!