The Intruders were a soul/r&b vocal group formed during the early 1960s. They consisted of Sam Brown, Robert Edwards, Philip Terry, Eugene Daughtry, and Robert Ferguson.
They has a number of singles reach the BILLBOARD Pop and R&B Charts but their biggest hit by far was the smooth soul single “Cowboys To Girls.” Released during the sping of 1968, it reched number six on the Pop Chart and number one on the Rhythm & Blues Chart plus sold over one million copies.
It was one of the first singles produced by he legendary team of Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff. It helped them to find funding to start their Philadelphia International label.
A version of The Intruders is still touring today.