“Since I Don’t Have You” is considered to be one of the best heartbreak ballads ever, the song has since been covered by dozens of top artists including Chuck Jackson, Jay & The Americans, Patti Labelle, Ricky Nelson, Barbra Streisand, Manfred Mann, Don McLean and Guns N’ Roses.

American doo-wop group The Skyliners are best known for their 1958 hit song “Since I Don’t Have You”, from their self-titled debut album. Considered to be one of the best heartbreak ballads ever, the song has since been covered by dozens of top artists including Chuck Jackson, Jay & The Americans, Patti Labelle, Ricky Nelson, Barbra Streisand, Manfred Mann, Don McLean and Guns N’ Roses. In addition, the song has been featured in many film and television productions, most notably Happy Days and American Graffiti. The original Skyliners lineup was comprised of lead vocalist Jimmy Beaumont and singers Wally Lester, Jack Taylor, Joe Verscharen and Janet Vogel. Following the success of “Since I Don’t Have You”, they had a succession of Top 40 hits including “This I Swear”, “It Happened Today” and “Pennies From Heaven”, among others. A Skyliners biopic entitled Since I Don’t Have You, written and directed by Gavin Rapp (son of Janet Vogel) is in development.