King Harvest, formed in France in 1970, included Eddie Tuleja (guitar), Ron Altbach (keys), Rod Novak (bass, sax) and Wells Kelly (drums). The band recorded under various names in Paris and after winning a rock contest as King Harvest, recorded their first album and added French bassist Didier Alexandre to the group. The band was asked to score the soundtrack to a film, Le Feu Sacre, which represented France at the Cannes Film Festival in 1971, where they performed nightly at the Juan-les-Pins Whiskey-a-Go-Go. Joined by Doc Robinson (keys, vocals) they were booked to open for BB King at the Olympia Theatre in Paris and headline at the Speakeasy in London. In 1972 King Harvest teamed up with their producers Pierre Jaubert and Jack Robinson to record Dancing in the Moonlight, written by their old friend Sherman Kelly. Released in the U.S., Dancing in the Moonlight became a hit and stayed high on the Billboard charts for 22 weeks. King Harvest dissolved in 1976 to work with The Beach Boys, playing tours in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and England, and recording on Beach Boys, Celebration, and Dennis Wilson albums. Recently featured in Mascarade (2022 Cannes Film Festival), The Tender Bar, The Big Leap, Sweet Tooth, 2019 World Series, Annabelle Comes Home, A-X-L, ESPN March Madness, Thoroughbreds, ABC's "Good Morning America", The Hitman's Bodyguard, Showtime's "I'm Dying Up Here", HBO "Girls", Guardians of the Galaxy, Hallmark Channel, The Middle, Scorpion , Better Call Saul, The Blacklist, Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, Paul, and Bate's Motel.