From TVOneOnline.com – The O’Jays are an amazing case study in survival, both in the music business and in life. Formed in 1958 in Cleveland, Ohio, as the Triumphs, and later re-naming themselves after popular local disc jockey Eddie OJay, the group has endured in one form or another for five decades, always anchored by the instantly recognizable voices of Eddie Levert and Walter Williams. Following several minor hits in the 1960s (such as Lipstick Traces) the group struck gold in the 1970s in association with the great Philadelphia Soul record label producers Gamble&Huff, with songs that mixed romantic and social messages, such as Backstabbers, For the Love of Money and of course, Love Train. . But along with their artistic achievements, the individual members of the OJays have struggled with challenges that included Williams quiet, decades-long battle with multiple sclerosis, and the untimely deaths of Eddie Leverts sons, Sean and Gerald. Still putting on a show after a half century of performing together, the OJays tell the inside story of their journey on Unsung.