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Topic 14 of 100: Players you have met

Sun, Dec 15, 1996 (07:07) | Amy (Amy)



My friend Donna and I from the Austen conference were comparing notes on personal encounters with musicians and learned we each met a favorite while pregnant. It might be fun to tell about these experiences.



47 responses total.

 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 1 of 47: Amy  (Amy) * Sun, Dec 15, 1996 (07:18) * 9 lines 
 
I met John Mellencamp about 13 years ago when he was in transition from John Cougar to John Mellencamp in Bloomington, Ind, where Mellencamp lives. Lots of people here have met John. It's really no big deal here. My ex used to play basketball every Sunday morning at the Y with a couple of his band members. They are all like family.

But anyway, he was giving a rare local concert in a nice little venue, the 3,000-seat IU auditorium. I worked for a local radio station at the time and most of the staff was invited to a pre-concert backstage reception given by the record company.

When it came my time to be presented to him, I puffed out my five-month's-pregnant tummy as far as I could, battted my eyelashes, and said, "Remember me? About five months ago?"

Amy




 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 2 of 47: Donna  (Donna) * Sun, Dec 15, 1996 (11:39) * 3 lines 
 
I admire Bruse Hornsby's talent. He has these hugh hands{he put his hand out so we measured hands} that glide over piano keys with extreme ease.I just had to see him in concert. Anyway we decided to wait at the backstage door hoping to get a chance to meet him. He was very tired after his performance but shared as much info about himself as time allowed. He took lessons early in his childhood{he always plays Baldwin pianos, my first piano was a Baldwin} but lost interst due to basketball.He could easily
rap his hands around a basketball believe me.He said it is never to late to learn and is happy to know that people are not just listening to his music. Since I like to play his music on the piano so, I brought my book with me.I don't how I knew but I was so sure that I would get his autograph.He did autograph my book and hugged us goodbye. The guy is very "cool"and we kept our "cool" more then some. Oh, another thing he told me his age and we were exactly the same age at the time plus I was about six mont
s pregnant and I couldn't see myself bouncing around like a silly school girl not until he got on his bus. What did he sign in my book? "To Donna with Love Bruce Hornsby" Nice guy.


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 3 of 47: Harry Pike  (maddog) * Wed, Dec 18, 1996 (21:17) * 2 lines 
 
Well, I met Frank Zappa when I was at Berklee in the late 70's, but so did everyone else, I think. he used to hang out there regularly looking for people to scoff up for his various projects. Never jammed with him, though a couple of my friends did. I never was much on his music for the most part, or jazz either for that matter. Why was I at Berklee in the first place? Hmmmmm I don't remember anymore - to live and play in Boston, which was pretty hoppin at the time (Aerosmith, The Cars, J Geils, Boston) .
.I guess


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 4 of 47: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Wed, Dec 18, 1996 (22:35) * 2 lines 
 
I was standing on a street corner in Mill Valley when Janis Joplin pulled up
in her Porsche and tried to pick me up. Wild.


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 5 of 47: Amy  (Amy) * Thu, Dec 19, 1996 (05:00) * 1 lines 
 
Well, I was standin' on a corner in Winslow, Arizona...


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 6 of 47: Harry Pike  (maddog) * Thu, Dec 19, 1996 (14:23) * 3 lines 
 
Gee Terry, you coulda been Bill Bennett!
My dad once dated James Taylors mom - I coulda been "sweet baby harry"
(although I turned out sweet anyhow - and modest too!)


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 7 of 47: rolling over...  (maddog) * Thu, Dec 19, 1996 (14:27) * 3 lines 
 
...good one, Amy

I like you all ready!


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 8 of 47: Bruce   (McBruce) * Fri, Dec 20, 1996 (15:33) * 2 lines 
 
Well, I almost ran over Ted Nugent and his son in downtown Kodiak a couple of
years ago. Does that count?


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 9 of 47: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Fri, Dec 20, 1996 (22:05) * 1 lines 
 
He's still alive so that counts.


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 Response 10 of 47: Bruce   (McBruce) * Sat, Dec 21, 1996 (14:51) * 6 lines 
 
Well, good on both counts. I grew up in Detroit at the same time guys like Ted,
Bob Seger, Mitch Ryder and the whole Motown scene was happening. In fact, my
dad even worked on Marvin Gayes dads phone system. Another back door to fame!
I've pretty much grown out of Ted's demographics, but it sure seemed odd to
have such a close call with a hometown hero out on an island in the middle of
the north Pacific.


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 Response 11 of 47: Everyone I met died!  (maddog) * Sat, Dec 21, 1996 (21:29) * 7 lines 
 
Pretty cool Bruce. Glad you didn't kill him though - there's enough dead rock stars all ready.

That reminds me, besides Frank, I met Gene Krupa. Not a rock star, but a junkie at least, but gee, he's dead too! I guess by now players will probably go out of their way _not_ to meet me!

...but at least Bruce did not have to start a new topic:

Players I have killed...


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 12 of 47: Amy  (Amy) * Sun, Dec 22, 1996 (08:58) * 24 lines 
 
Bruce, I grew up in Michigan too. I still love Seger. In fact I think I shall take my old records off the shelf and sit and listen to em by myself right now.

But back to topic. Have you ever hung around people who are into niche or club music and know a lot of the same bands -- but you yourself are ignorant of them? It can be one of the most boring evenings you can spend. Example:


A RECONSTRUCTED CONVERSATION
ABOUT BLUES PLAYERS
BETWEEN MY BROTHER AND A FRIEND


I've seen him.

Yeah, I've seen him too, twice. I talked to him too.

Have you seen____?

Once.

He's a good player. Have you seen ___?

Lots of times. I've talked to him too.

I've talked to him too. Have you seen ______....

and on
and on
and on.


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 13 of 47: Harry Pike  (maddog) * Sun, Dec 22, 1996 (09:15) * 2 lines 
 
Music specifically and the arts in general has always struck me as one area where it is considered ok to hold very narrow, even bigoted opinions. You know, like "my music is _the_ music, all else sucks". When I was a kid there was rock and roll, pretty all encompasing definition for my parents to hate. These days it's classic/metal/punk/alternative/industrial/death/grunge/pop - you name it, there is a group to worship it above all else. Jazz used to be big bands vs. be-bop, but nowadays the categories can
make your head spin! Guess we all love to hate that to which we can not relate....


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 14 of 47: Harry Pike  (maddog) * Sun, Dec 22, 1996 (09:16) * 2 lines 
 
Music specifically and the arts in general has always struck me as one area where it is considered ok to hold very narrow, even bigoted opinions. You know, like "my music is _the_ music, all else sucks". When I was a kid there was rock and roll, pretty all encompasing definition for my parents to hate. These days it's classic/metal/punk/alternative/industrial/death/grunge/pop - you name it, there is a group to worship it above all else. Jazz used to be big bands vs. be-bop, but nowadays the categories can
make your head spin! Guess we all love to hate that to which we can not relate....


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 15 of 47: HarryHarry PikePike  (maddog) * Sun, Dec 22, 1996 (09:19) * 4 lines 
 
...oops, how in the heck did I do that double post?
...oops, how in the heck did I do that double post?
how redundant
how redundant


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 16 of 47: Amy  (Amy) * Sun, Dec 22, 1996 (09:33) * 1 lines 
 
Oh, I love the Blues. I just am not able to name more than a dozen people, if that.


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 17 of 47: Harry Pike  (maddog) * Sun, Dec 22, 1996 (17:53) * 3 lines 
 
I certainly wasn't calling you a music bigot, Amy.

Just making my own observations about the narrowness of peoples musical tastes, and non-acceptance of all others. It just seems ok with everyone to be that way about music, when we would be called narrow-minded to be so selective or judgemental in other areas of our lives. No insult intended, I was just branching off on your point a bit...


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 18 of 47: Amy  (Amy) * Mon, Dec 23, 1996 (03:45) * 1 lines 
 
Branching is good.


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 Response 19 of 47: Bruce   (McBruce) * Tue, Dec 24, 1996 (02:35) * 9 lines 
 
Yes Amy, I've been there too. It's a bit of one-ups-manship that leaves the rest of us nodding and not trying to look like the great unwashed. As a DeadHead light in college, you haven't seen anything until two serious deadheads go toe to toe. But... I also found that the folks I ran with had some of the most
eclectic and open musical tastes of anyone (after you got past the Jerry-Bobby
debate).
I think Maddog's right regarding the polarization of musical tastes. It seems to
run through many of the arts/artists. As far as music goes, I wonder how much
of it has to do the unprecedented access we have to all musical styles in this
century. There was a time when the music of your geographic region was all you
really knew.
Was it Duke Ellington who said "If it sounds good, it is good"?


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 20 of 47: Amy  (Amy) * Thu, Dec 26, 1996 (05:44) * 20 lines 
 
] you haven't seen anything until two serious deadheads go toe to toe. But... I also found that the folks I ran with had some of the most
eclectic and open musical tastes of anyone (after you got past the Jerry-Bobby
debate).
___

The Jerry-Bobby debate. Then there's,

Well, I saw them at Ventura Beach when the bikers did this...

and on and on...



RE: polarization
Then there is reverse snobbery, like claiming not to like the Beatles just to be contrary or take a minority view.

Or like my ex husband who had such powerful emotional teenage associations that he hated certain music for no rational reason. Like, tell me, how could you like the Eagles and not like Jackson Browne?

Amy



 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 21 of 47: drymartini  (drymartini) * Thu, Dec 26, 1996 (21:27) * 3 lines 
 
One of my all-time favorite interviews. Carlos Montoya, playing for a college crowd at Alfred, NY. Small, very dapper guy in this elegant tux, with a white hanky in his breat pocket, folded just so. Black patent leather pumps. Fine dark eyes, every hair in place, a grandee. Strictly unplugged, but all those kids, sitting on the floor and on folding chairs, were just rapt.
I talked with him during intermission and got some more pix. His Scottish or Irish (I forget) wife helped translate; he spoke halting English too. I checked out his hands, and remarked how soft they were. Patting the lower bout of his classical guitar, Montoya said, "But I PLAY my guitar, I do not spank her." He checked my hands, guessed I am a piano player. "It is a good instrument. But so sad, you cannot touch the strings!"
He would take that hanky out and dab carefully at his face-- and I swear, it folded itself back up just perfectly. Montoya had a nifty way of plucking with his fretting hand, not using the right at all, for special effect, something like Chet Atkins making cute with his tuning machines. Montoya brought flamenco to Carnegie Hall, many years ago. And as a one-person show, he was always just incredible. Julian and John are awfully good; but carlos had gobs of STYLE.


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 Response 22 of 47: Paul Terry Walhus  (terry) * Thu, Dec 26, 1996 (23:22) * 1 lines 
 
What are your insights into Julian and John in depth?


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 Response 23 of 47: Katy Kendall  (kendall) * Fri, Dec 27, 1996 (10:25) * 1 lines 
 
I attended a Carlos Montoya concert many years ago. He spoke only two words in the entire concert. At the end, he said 'thank you' to his audience. Those two words "brought down the house."


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 24 of 47: Gena Ratcliff  (genaXtex) * Fri, Dec 27, 1996 (14:59) * 4 lines 
 
I was covering a telecom system install at a resort where Huey Lewis was staying. I had to cover the reception area from midnight to 7 am or something like that. Huey was having a party in a ballroom across the hallway...he invited me and the other tech. We went!

Also met Sandra Bernhard (didn't like her), Shirley Maclaine (really nice) and a couple other famous faces that I can't remember at the moment.



 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 25 of 47: drymartini  (drymartini) * Sat, Dec 28, 1996 (19:21) * 14 lines 
 
Met a bunch of musicians called The Jim Hendy Quintet. They were temporarily without a piano player, so they put out a "union call," which got relayed to my local. I made it to the Whirlpool Bar and Lounge at about 2 pm. You went downstairs from the street; it was very dark. But I'm sure they could see me well enough to decide that I was too young, too white and too female to be a piano player. What happened then, and for a number of weekends following, I later learned is called "crow jim." The way
lack people sometimes treat white people.
When my eyes adjusted, I saw a tall, rangy man seated on a stool, holding a sax and marinating the reed by holding it in his mouth. "Whaddyawant?" he demanded. I was 17, wore my reddish blond braids in a coronet around my head, weighed about 100. What a strange creature I must have seemed!
"You asked for a piano player," I reminded him. The other guys stopped their tuning and noodling and stared.
"You're a piano player?" he asked, incredulous. "Can you read sheets?" He was talking about lead sheets, like the non-arrangements you see in fake books.
"Sure," I said. He wasn't convinced.
"You sayin' you do head arrangements? We asked for somebody does head arrangements."
Getting cross now, I asked him, "Sure. You need your head arranged?"
He let that pass. "Can you play jump tunes?"
I assured him that I could.
"Can you play 'Down by the Riverside'?" he challenged. It was strictly rhetorical; he was positive this underage honky broad had never heard of the number.
"If there's a piano down there, I can play down there," I told him.
He spit out the reed. "Smart ass piano player," he growled. "Just what we need."
That was the beginning. There was lots more, but this topic is just about MEETING musicians/performers, right?


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 26 of 47: kenneth stephens  (spenpess) * Tue, Feb  4, 1997 (23:11) * 1 lines 
 
Last summer I was living in Athens. A friend and I were hanging out at The Engine Room one night. To make a long story short, Stipe and Buck literally bumped into us, and if I had been fives years younger I may've beat the tar out of both of them. True story. I later met Stipe in a cheerier scenario. That was when Berry was having stomach problems or whatever. He said he'd listen to my band's CD, and I told him I hoped Berry a speedy recovery. Nothing special, but true.


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 27 of 47: kenneth stephens  (spenpess) * Tue, Feb  4, 1997 (23:13) * 1 lines 
 
Last summer I was living in Athens. A friend and I were hanging out at The Engine Room one night. To make a long story short, Stipe and Buck literally bumped into us, and if I had been fives years younger I may've beat the tar out of both of them. True story. I later met Stipe in a cheerier scenario. That was when Berry was having stomach problems or whatever. He said he'd listen to my band's CD, and I told him I hoped Berry a speedy recovery. Nothing special, but true.


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 Response 28 of 47: aubrey  (aubrey) * Fri, Apr 11, 1997 (11:03) * 1 lines 
 
Wow! you guys have met really famous people! Michelle Shocked had a cookout at TseTse park in Dallas back in ?85 or 86...anyway, she went on the local community radio (KNON, the voice of the people) and invited all us lefties out for hot dogs and fun. She and her dad cooked for the half-dozen or so of us who showed up (actually they were veggie dogs, I think). She was extremely nice, intelligent and personable.


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 Response 29 of 47: aubrey  (aubrey) * Fri, Apr 11, 1997 (11:12) * 1 lines 
 
Years ago a friend of mine went to a Bruce Springsteen concert in Austin one night. She ran into him at the airport the next day and gingerly approached andsaid "Mr.Springsteen, thank yu so much for last night. It was fantastic." The little old biddies standing nearby were SCANDALIZED. (but he was warm and gracious)


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 Response 30 of 47: T.J. Cellery  (tj) * Fri, May  9, 1997 (11:21) * 4 lines 
 
I was at an amature night down at preservation hall in New Orleans in the early 80's. I am not a musician and I don't have much of a voice, but my claim to fame was I could impersonate Louis Armstrong better than anyone, and do all his gestures and expressions, while singing his songs. Well I got up on stage and was doing What A Wonderful World and had the audiance amazed when Louis himself came in and sat down. He then came up on stage and we did a couple of songs together, he played his horn and I d
d the vocals..... what a great night.

Amy, check out the blues topic and the introduction topic, I see you like it as well.


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 Response 31 of 47: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sat, May 10, 1997 (13:03) * 1 lines 
 
What a great story!


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 Response 32 of 47: KED KOBIK  (Undertaker) * Sun, May 11, 1997 (17:42) * 1 lines 
 
Well, when I was in California at a guitar camp, I got to see Robby Krieger(Ithink that's how its spelled), who was the guitar player for the Doors. It was cool I got him to sign a pick guard for me, and a guitar book for my mom, and after the performance I got to shake his hand(Sweaty) it was pretty cool. Although it was a great show the wear and tear of the years really showed its effect on him.


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 33 of 47: John Burnett  (mrchips) * Sat, Aug 14, 1999 (21:18) * 3 lines 
 
I'm new here, but I've been a radio personality (mostly in Hawaii) for nearly 30 years, so I've met dozens of music stars, interviewed quite a few, and partied with more than a couple. I live in Hilo right now and work weekends on KWXX-FM (I teach high school English during the week). We can be heard on the web at
or through . Last night, I was backstage at a Jimmy Cliff concert. I also met him at a show in Hilo in 1989, which I emceed. Two weeks ago, in Kona, I emceed a Dave Mason concert (he still sounds fabulous, although he is bald, paunchy, and grizzled) and partied with him until about 3:30 AM in a Kona Surf Resort hotel room. Great guy, had a beautiful blond wood-grain custom Telecaster. I noted "that's not a production model." He made my life with his ans
er. "You know your guitars. Leo (Fender) hand made this baby. He made only two. I got this one and Steve Cropper (Blues Brothers, Booker T & the MGs) got the other." I have dozens more, but these are the most recent.


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 Response 34 of 47: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Sat, Aug 14, 1999 (21:37) * 1 lines 
 
John, post this bit again about where on the web you can be heard. Yapp software has done a little shorthand on your comments.


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 35 of 47: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Sat, Aug 14, 1999 (21:43) * 3 lines 
 
And, of course, I have met John Burnett, famous broadcaster, with whom I have broken bread many a time. I am one of his biggest fans, and he is very tolerant of the lady who likes to applaud his efforts.

I have also dined with the Gemini Astronauts...


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 Response 36 of 47: John Burnett  (mrchips) * Sun, Aug 15, 1999 (00:50) * 4 lines 
 
Marcia...the station website (I won't try to make a html link this time) is

www.kwxx.com, or you can summon us up through the "others," then "ethnic" category at webradio.com. Over the air we are KWXX 94.7 FM, Hilo (Island music). Our format is a mix of adult contemporary hits, locally produced music: Hawaiian, pop, and Jawaiian (which to the uninitiated is a Hawaiian-reggae hybrid that often has ukuleles), and reggae (both Jamaican and UK). Marcia knows me as the play-by-play voice of the University of Hawaii at Hilo Vulcan basketball and baseball teams on sister station KPUA
AM, which is not on the web, but considering how many parents of players and alumni there are outside of the Hilo area, should be.


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 37 of 47: John Burnett  (mrchips) * Sun, Aug 15, 1999 (00:53) * 1 lines 
 
I guess Spring's software deletes anything approximating a web address. So use KWXX and then the obligatory dot com to find the home page. I have not dined with Gemini astronauts, although I have interviewed the late Ellison Onizuka, a Kona-born astronaut who died in the Challenger explosion. What a tragic waste of some of the best and brightest that debacle was. And of course, I think of O-rings every time I drive through Jack or Burger King (meant as irony, not a sick joke).


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 38 of 47: Alexander Schuth  (aschuth) * Sun, Aug 15, 1999 (05:09) * 5 lines 
 
How fantastic! Fast food as memento mori!

That's wonderfully absurde, and as grotesque as the cause of that tragedy... Welcome to the Spring, John!




 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 39 of 47: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sun, Aug 15, 1999 (06:18) * 12 lines 
 
> I guess Spring's software deletes anything approximating a web address.

Not so!

Just type the url in the form http://www.firth.com

And it will work fine.

What a wonderful mix of music on your station. I'll check out the
website and the sounds.




 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 40 of 47: John Burnett  (mrchips) * Sun, Aug 15, 1999 (19:41) * 4 lines 
 
So I guess the address http://www.kwxx.com will work fine. So will
http://www.webradio.com -- go to the "other" format category and pick "ethnic." At last check, we were the only ones there. I'm now done for this weekend and off the Hurricane Dora watch. Will be there next weekend (Sat 12 noon to 5 PM EST, Sunday 12 noon to 4 PM EST. And thanks for the welcome, Alex. By the way players I've met in my (since 1969) radio "career" include: Jimmy Cliff (twice), Dave Mason (twice), Bob Marley (in Miami, 1978), Rod Stewart, Kenny Loggins, Jim Messina, Jesse Colin Young, Ca
los Santana, Graham Nash, Bonnie Raitt, Davy Jones, Danny Elfman (Oingo Boingo, TV & movie soundtrack composer), Steve Warriner, George Strait, Rick Neilson (Cheap Trick), Leo Kottke, Dolly Parton, Popa Chubby, Harvey Mandel, Paul Butterfield, Elvin Bishop, Rick Derringer, Grace Slick, Paul Kantner, Jorma Kaukonen, Dave Brubeck, George Winston, Clark Terry, many of the legends of Hawaiian music who are revered here but unknown or practically so on the mainland, and others I'm forgetting here, I'm sure. T
at's one of the great perks of the job...money certainly hasn't been one, at least not for me.


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 41 of 47: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Sun, Aug 15, 1999 (20:25) * 1 lines 
 
As frustrating as this sounds, it is the way of The Spring - it will be Monday before you get much response to your comments and long list of celebrities. (I have had picnics and long talks with Gretchen Nash - Graham's sister - in Puna at her house.)


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 Response 42 of 47: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Sun, Aug 15, 1999 (20:34) * 2 lines 
 
I found it was easier to bookmark http://www.webradio.com/kwxx/
(Sorry to miss hearing your golden tones,John, but I am very happy have you off the Hurricane Dora Watch.) Harry Kim, our Civil Defense Administrator can give you updates on things happening to our island - from Lava flows to the Hurricane update I am listening to as I write this.


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 43 of 47: John Burnett  (mrchips) * Sun, Aug 15, 1999 (22:22) * 1 lines 
 
T.J.'s Louie Armstrong-Preservation Hall story is great, but if it is true, it was a lot longer ago than the early 80s. Satchmo died on the 4th of July, 1971. Like Casey Stengel used to say "you can look it up."


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 Response 44 of 47: Autumn   (autumn) * Mon, Aug 16, 1999 (22:06) * 3 lines 
 
Helloooo! (*antenna going up*) Did someone mention Davy Jones?! *swoon*

Welcome, John!


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 45 of 47: John Burnett  (mrchips) * Fri, Aug 20, 1999 (17:24) * 1 lines 
 
Hi, Autumn. Davy Jones, huh? Actually a really nice guy and a personal friend of one of my coworkers at the station. Remember the original MarciaMarciaMarcia (Brady, that is...and her drool)?


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 46 of 47: Autumn   (autumn) * Fri, Aug 27, 1999 (22:20) * 1 lines 
 
Oh, like I've only seen that episode a thousand times! Wasn't it great how MarciaMarciaMarcia got Davy to sing at the prom?!


 Topic 14 of 100 [music]: Players you have met
 Response 47 of 47: John Burnett  (mrchips) * Wed, Sep  1, 1999 (20:51) * 1 lines 
 
One of my faves...

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