The Penguins (original recording members Cleve Duncan and bass Randy Jones with tenors Walter Saulsberry and Glenn Madison and guitarist Arthur Wright) deliver a rare performance of the 1955 Mercury release, "Devil That I See" at a Doo-Wop Society of Southern California concert in Long Beach, CA on February 10, 2001. Duncan continued performing until his death in 2012. Randy Jones, who joined in 1955, also sang with the Meadowlarks, Jacks/Cadets and several Robins and Coasters variations. This was his final appearance with the Penguins. Three months after this performance, he suffered a debilitating stroke and died 13 months later. "Devil That I See" was written by group member Curtis Williams. Dexter Tisby (1935-2019) sang the primary lead on the recorded version with Duncan taking the second lead. In this performance, Saulsberry, who first performed with the group in 1963, does the main lead.