- Deniz Tek
- Career Mini-Van Tour
- Donovan's Brain
- Roy Loney
- Ron's Album
- Sip And Dip
- Karen's Album
On April 19th, 2011, Deniz Tek joined the Stooges on stage at the Ron Asheton Tribute. Photos by Heather Harris © 2011
In April 2003 we hit the road for a handfull of gigs across the Northwest with Roy Loney And The Longshots, Penny Ikinger, and Donovan's Brain.
Kurt Bloch and his band, Sgt Major came along for the ride and played in Vancouver and Seattle.
Here are some pictures from the tour.
Donovan's Brain at Terrastock Seattle with Richard Treece and Scott McCaughey, in the studio, on stage with Deniz Tek, and relaxing.
Roy Loney's Photo Albums... are currently under reconstruction
Roy was in Paris where he shared the stage with The Barracudas and Chris Wilson.
Roy and the Longshots once again gathered in Seattle for their annual May gigs. Also on the agenda this year was two days of recording at the famous Eggs Studio. Founding Longshots, Scott McCaughey and Tad Hutchison helped out in the studio.
Roy Loney was invited to sit in with The A-Bones at the Las Vegas Rockaround in October. Here are a few snapshots of Roy and some of the fold he hung out with. Much to our surprise, this was Roy's first visit ever to Sin City.
A collection of photos from around Montana, the West Coast, and a vacation in Australia.
What we do when the weather is good.
A random collection of images, mostly from the 60's. I saw some of these bands, and a few of the photos are from my personal archive. For your enjoyment only.
This album collects a few of the photos taken by Jack Sielaff and Pete Anderson. A few years ago, we had the chance to visit Jack at his home in St. Paul. He kindly searched his archives and located several bundles of negatives. Due to the age and various film formats, only a few of the pictures have been restored so far. Jack has suggested he may have a for more things to share.
Volume 2 features previously unseen photos of Jeff Beck in Minniapolis, The Who, and Cream. The Hendrix photo was taken by me, with Jack's camera. Wowza!
Volume 3 features more Hendrix from Winterland, Delaney and Bonnie with Eric Clapton at Fillmore West, The
Who, Procol Harum and from Minniapolis the Bonzo Dog Band and Led Zepplin. Enjoy
Volume 4 Adds more photos of Cream, The Who, and Buffalo Springfield. Images of John Mayall and Albert King from Winterland are now posted.
In a space of about seven months we saw the Yardbirds last SF appearence quickly followed by the legendary debut of the Jeff Beck Group. In December of 1968 Jeff Beck returned for his second and final shows with Rod Steward and Ronnie Wood in SF. Just two weeks later Led Zep made their stunning debut. Now you can experience it from the front row.
One of my earliest record collecting efforts was The Who. I still remembe the day my UK copy of I'm A Boy showed up. We had never heard the song until that day. There are a couple of items still missing, but this is all the essentials.
Every year an ever changing group of friends gather at the O'Hare Motor Inn to enjoy the unique atmosphere of the Sip 'n Dip Lounge.
After his first visit to the Sip n'Dip, Jack Tielman thought we should invite our friends from all over the world to join us in Great Falls for a drink. Much to our surprise most of them have shown up at one time or another. The first sanctioned even was in July 1998, and we've had at least one gathering every year since.
Part of the weekend's activities always include a spin around the town's thrift shops, antique stores, and pawn shops, in search of those elusive treasures. Bowling, horse racing, and fine dining take up what time isn't spent in the bar.
When Lewis and Clark reached the Great Falls of the Missouri, they thought it would only take a day to portage around the rapids. As we've found out this was poor planning on their part. Some of the Corps Of Discovery claim they were enchanted by the mermaid at the Sip n' Dip.
Karen Sanchez has been responsible for many of the images used on the Career cd covers. Here are a few examples of her work and play.