The single seems to have made some action around Ohio, for the Destiny label, owned by Bob Sellers also from Lorain, picked it up and issued it again. It was released as "Come-To-My-House-Rock" / "Spitfire" under the name of "The Royal Notes featuring Pat Logsdon" (the first side) or "The Royal Notes" (the flip). The Destiny release was reviewed in Billboard on November 21, 1960, but was only rated as "limited sales potential". It were the same masters as on Athena, but the Destiny version of "Come to My House Rock" features a short guitar intro that was cut off in the Athena version.
In 1964, another record of the Royal Notes appeared on Athena, comprising "Shall We Dance" backed with the instrumental "Cool It". No mention of Bill Logsdon again but Pat Logsdon is credited as the vocalist of the first side. There was also one single as by "Bill Logsdon and his Royal Notes" on Queensgate called "Turning Back the Pages" / "Big Black Train". I don't know from which year this one is.
I have no photo of Bill Logsdon or the Royal Notes and it is also not known to me, when the group disbanded. Bill Logsdon later played with the Bear Mountain Boys in Red Lick, Kentucky. He died on May 20, 1994.
Athena 729: Come to My House Rock / Spitfire
Destiny 501: Come-to-My-House-Rock / Spitfire (1960)
Athena ARCO201: Come Dance with Me / Cool It (1964)
Queensgate no#: Turning Back the Pages / Big Black Train
1. Come to My House Rock (Athena version)
3. Come Dance with Me
4. Come-to-My-House-Rock (Destiny version)
If anyone is able to provide "Cool It" or the Queensgate release, please contact me!