At one point, the Chordettes became so in demand that they were frequently booked on top-rated shows that were hosted by Ed Sullivan, Robert Q. Lewis, and Gary Moore.
The Chordettes sang the vocal version theme song to the hit show "Zorro."
The Chordettes once performed for President Dwight Eisenhower.
The Chordettes first major record contract was with Columbia Records.
In the early years, the Chordettes sang exclusively in a cappella as they were inspired by music that they heard in barbershops.
The original Chordettes consisted of Carol Bushman, Janet Ertel, Dorothy Schwartz, and founding member Jinny Osborn.