Silver Convention was a disco trio from Munich, Germany, conceived by producers and songwriters Sylvester Levay and Michael Kunze in 1975. Silver Convention scored a hit single with "Save Me" in the UK that same year. The band was strictly a studio outfit at the time, so Levay and Kunze promptly recruited singers Linda Thompson, Penny McLean and Ramona Wuld to front the group. Silver Convention had two enormous disco hits in America in the mid 70s: The catchy "Fly, Robin, Fly" spent three weeks at #1 on the Billboard pop charts in 1975 and the rousing "Get Up and Boogie" was a #2 smash for three straight weeks in 1976. Moreover, "Fly, Robin, Fly" won a Grammy Award for Best R&B Instrumental Performance. Alas, the worthy follow-up single, "No No Joe", stalled at #60 on the Billboard pop charts in September, 1976. Thompson subsequently left the group and was replaced by American Rhonda Heath. Silver Convention performed the charming number, "Telegram", at the 1977 Eurovision Song Contest and came in at eighth place representing Germany. The line-up changed again in 1978. This particular incarnation of the band recorded the successful album, "Love in a Sleeper", that same year. Silver Convention eventually broke up in 1979.