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  1. LC- I don't know if the Choir will be playing anything other than the songs on the Artifact album. I would expect that they would though.. I will look into that. I believe that in the WB/CW concert that Bill March will also be in the band. I am not sure who else at this time. It has been a long time since I have posted (due to being crazy busy @ work) and now I am back at square one with one post due to email changes. Is anyone on this site planning on attending either concert?
  2. Here is what's up- Wally is playing with Chris Wintrip of Brimstone @ The Music Box Supper Club in Cleveland, Ohio, Friday 9/6 @ 8:00pm. Tix $35 Premium, $25 Reserved and $15 standing. Chris' Bio: Professional guitarist, vocalist, recording artist, and producer. Chris Wintrip has enjoyed a successful music career performing with Joe Walsh, Frampton’s Camel, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Roger McGuinn, Harry Chapin, Billy Sheehan, The New York Dolls, The Raspberries, Phil Keaggy and Glass Harp, including a special honor in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 1997 exhibit “My Town” with his prog band Brimstone and their LP, Paper Winged Dreams.) And... On Friday 9/20 @ 8:00pm also at The Music Box Supper Club, The Choir will be Performing their 1969 lost album 'Artifact'. Same tix prices as above. The circa 1969 version of The Choir (BFW. Before Wally) who recorded this album and who will be performing this show includes:Jim Bonfanti: drums, vocals; Ken Margolis: piano, vocals; Phil Giallombardo: organ, vocals; Denny Carleton, bass, vocals and Randy Klawon: guitar, vocals
  3. That must have been some b-day celebration! Happy belated b-day! It sounds like it was good!
  4. Is this the song? Patty Baby
  5. Sad. He was a great DJ from the golden days of radio. I have many a great memory listening to him on the airwaves. He will be missed as well as 60's radio! Here is an intro by Jack in December 1966 on WIXY 1260 in Cleveland. Jack Armstrong on WIXY 1260
  6. There was a meet and greet? Argh! I hung around a little after the show but never knew.
  7. Eric- What an incredible concert! Raspberries looked and sounded the best I have ever heard them! I could see thet everyone on stage was having a really good time, especially you and wally. As you said, you guys were 'on' and you sure were. Friday night was a memorable (all Raspberries performances are, however, friday night was over the top!) and electrifing performance! Wally was really showing his guitar 'a lot of love' on stage as jim was really beating the skins and going to town. Eric your vocals and playing were great. Dave also sounded super and looked like he was having a great time. Hearing That's Rock-n-Roll was a surprise as wally was tearing it up on guitar. I could go on and on... the interaction with the overdubs, even the audience was really into the performance. Thanks to Raspberries, overdubs and the entire crew for a fantastic concert. Raspberries have a synergy and are way to talented not to continue recording and performing. RASPBERRIES ROCK Bill
  8. My brother, John and I will be there at about 5:45. Looking forward to seeing everyone. Are there any post concert plans?
  9. Eric and Jim will be on WKYC's Good Company live.
  10. 1. Turn The Beat Around -Vicki Sue Robinson 2. Don't Leave Me This Way -Thelma Houston 3. Stayin' Alive -Bee Gees 4. Love Is In The Air -John Paul Young 5. Ring My Bell -Anita Ward Hard to stop at only five. Here are some other fav's in no particular order: 6. Upside Down -Diana Ross 7. Ain't No Stoppin Us Now -McFadden & Whitehead 8. Best Disco In Town -Ritchie Family 9. Born To Be Alive -Patrick Hernandez 10. More, More, More -Andrea True Connection 11. The Hustle -Van McCoy & The Soul City Orchestra BTW, Change Of Heart? Great song but not Disco IMO.
  11. Besides hearing the ad agin on WTAM 1100 AM, Last eveninig during drive time on WNCX 98.5 FM I also heard the ad. Hearing the ads is building excitement!!
  12. I see you received the ad bernie. Cool! This morning around 7:20am on WTAM 1100 AM I heard an ad for the show. The ad indicated that it's (the show) a chance to hear one of Cleveland's legends. Very cool!!
  13. The parking garage is covered and directly behind the theater complex. there is a covered walkway from the garage to the theaters. You can go here: to purchase a $7.50 parking pass. Many weekend nights the garage is full except for passes.
  14. hollies65- There stil is a Dog N Suds in the area. It is located at- 2050 N. Ridge Road Elyria, Ohio. It is the only operating one in Ohio. They have home made Root Beer and....... The girls still roller skate out to your car with your food. :p
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