Jury Records was formed in 1959 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Vernon Taylor was president, with Raymond Chamberlin as V-P. Don Grashey was head of the A&R Dept. assisted by Chuck Williams. A Publishing company, Wilcondon Music, was created with Vernon Taylor, Don Grashey and Chuck Williams as principals.
Sandi Loranger was 17 years old when Don Grashey and Chuck Williams took her to RCA studios in Los Angeles to record the single "Tears Of Joy Fell In The Chapel" b/w "My Little Spark Of Love". The record was pressed at RCA Record Manufacturing Plant in Los Angeles. Three thousand copies of the record were mailed out to radio stations. Tracks for a follow-up single were recorded at the time, but never released.
By late 1959, Jury Records had folded, resulting in the creation of Zero Records. Don Grashey was named President of the label as well as heading-up the A&R Division and Publishing arm Trilite Music.
In March,1966 Don Grashey brought Sandi Loranger back to studios in Los Angeles to record six songs. Because of the unreleased track from the earlier Jury Records sessions, Grashey decided to release the new material under a different name, with Sandi Loranger becoming "Sandi Shore". Her first single release was "I Should Have Know Better", released only in Canada.
(Source: excerpts from the 1995 Don Grashey auto-biography "My Rambling Heart")