Here are some Hysterical Photos picked by random from the website photo album to reminisce on!!!
Shamrock Bavarian Reunion Poster
Honky Tonk Heros – An All Star Reunion Poster Oct. 9, 2011
Shamrock Lounge Side Door
The Box Tops, The Fredric, Band X, The 6 Pak Civic Auditorium Poster 1968
Lyn and the Invaders
The Town House Motel, located at 525 Monroe N.W., provided accommodations for many of the musicians who played at Fountain Street Church concerts.
(This photo is courtesy of Chad Boorsma, Photo Editor of the OHS Pipe Organ Database at: http://database.organsociety.org/ )
The first version of the Dirk Rivers Band 1974-1975
Dirk Rivers Free Ad
Bob Reilly at the Shamrock Reunion Concert – June 2013
Kingtones 1981 to 2008 was the Crazy George-Big Jim Era.
Chuck Bob Carnes
Midwestern Sound Recording Studio – Phil Roberts
Coral Gables – Old Crow Bar – Saugatuck
Steve “Doc” Yankee c. 1976
Mary Lou Marsh
Dan Jacobs is located in the top row, third from the left in this photo.
The Skylarks Featuring Dan Jacobs on Trumpet and Bob Van Stee on Piano
The Woofers 1993
Jerry Conity, John Kik, Doug Cook & Wife at Kik’s Music Store.
Jerry Brown and Beyond
Good Ole Boys from Grand Rapids (L-R) Johnson, Chuck Bob Carnes, Tommy Davis, Ronnie Fray at A-W’s Rodeo Bar in Water-town-ford-city Ah hell ‘DETROIT’…
“Big Jim” Lewis, lead vocalist since the mid-seventies.
(L-R) Steve Damstra, Max Morrison, Ronn Burke
Tru-Tones (L-R) Rod Bowman, Mickey Holiday, Bill Ridley, kneeling Chester Lee
White Rabbit Lounge, on Wealthy Street, across from the Wealthy Theater
The Woofers 1993
John Brown Trio (L-R) John Brown, “Big Al Vandetti, Pat Sage
Radisson Summer “Patio Party 2010” Grand Rapids Oldest Rock & Roll Guys. (L-R) Bruce Snoap-Kingtones, Jimmy VanPutten-The Eschelons, Big Al Vandetti-John Brown Trio, Lonnie Lehr-Bobby Bond Trio.
Jay Fortier with his Collection
Grotto Napkin 1973
Courteous of Tom Olejniczak
Bobby Charles Band 1973
The Fabulous Eastones (Keith is second from the left with the sax)
(L-R) Phil Hamacher, Bob Mazur at Kik & Assoc. Music Store Christmas Party 1994
Ronnie Fray & Lin from the Common People at the Shamrock
Donnie & Echomen (L-R) Willie Miner, Bob Mazur, Joe Thompson, Don Henke, Rod Bowman
Ramrods license plate printed many years ago, though I added our names much more recently. It likely would have become the band’s bass drum insignia.
B Brothers and Bad Manor Ad Westgate Bowl
Dick Wagner – Rolling Stone Music
Charlie Balogh in front of the pipe organ at Roaring 20’s Pizza Parlor that was on 28th west of Patterson.
Avenue Terrace – Ad
Horseshoe Bar 8-20-11 #1
Lee Kelly sitting behind the
wheel of his 1956 black Ford
Thunderbird. Lee and his wife owned The Music Box Teenage Night Club in Houghton Lake.
The Eschelons late 50’s
Bill Farrow and his legendary instrument we all called the Stomach Steinway
Union Street Boogie Band
Rollermill recording studio brochure 1978
Jaywalkers at the Shamrock
6 Pak All Girl Band from Grand Rapids
Cheers on Plainfield N.E.
Ray Hummel Gentle Rain Album Cover
Mark Swanson with his “Workshop Smile”
Mr. Clarks Beefeater Room Ad from Grand Rapids Visitor
Club Ponytail – Profile picture – The Night Walkers 1965.
Biermeister Ad from the Mid 1980’s
Dan Salas working sound at Cinco De Mayo event at Trini’s in Sparta 5-5-2013
The Place Ad – The American Breed
Kim Rush – Co-Editor – West Mich Music Hysterical Society
Frank Rondell & The Chancellors
The Sceen I.D. Card
Club Ponytail courtyard at night
Dueling Pianos – Greg Poltrock & Denny Middleton
The Dusty Chaps Band – Dale Thomas (Lead guitar, vocals) Nelson Wood (Pedal Steel Guitar, Dobro, Harp) Ron Williams (Bass) Tom Davis (Drums)
Once Upon a Train Album Cover
Pantland Back Door Saloon
The Sixth Generation showing off the New CD before this afternoons show at Naylor Winery in Shrewsbury, PA
Gatemouth Brown and the band – Las Vegas
Jr. Walker and the All Stars
Photo of Horsefeather on the wall at The Sawmill in Big Rapids, still on the wall since sometime in the 1970’s.
Horsefeather Reunion 2005
Tom Kirby Achievement Award
Club Ponytail Posters
Civic Auditorium Ad – Jerry Lee Lewis and Buddy Holly concert April 5, 1958
Bob Reilly with Natchez Trace from Ed Kettle collection
Please Please Me single pressed at ARP with The Beattles
13th Hour (L-R) John Andrews, Ken Bierschbach, Mark Swanson, Tommy Davis. Festival 2014