Formed in 1971, their early music is funkier, but by the late 1970s, they found an audience among disco enthusiasts with the Gloria Jones penned, "I Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet" (U.S. #26), in 1978. A remix of the song reached #7 on the U.S. Club Play chart and #15 in the UK Singles Chart. Material from Gonzalez' first two albums was later reissued on CD, both by See for Miles and Soul Brother.
The band's third album, Shipwrecked, appeared in 1977, and was produced by Jones. Jones also produced their follow-up, 1979's Move It to the Music, by which time Eve and Hunte were gone; the single "Ain't No Way to Treat a Lady" was an unsuccessful attempt to duplicate the wide appeal of "Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet".
Follow-up singles were not successful, and the group lost its major label status in 1980. Thereafter, they appearded on the record labels PRT and Tooti Fruiti, but called it quits in 1986 after their keyboardist Roy Davies died.