It’s been a while since I checked in. I hope the end of 2018 is treating you great. There’s more to come from the project in 2019 – so, keep your eyes here for the latest.
Thanks for visiting. Great to see people are sharing and enjoying the stories, flyers, and other materials. If you share comments on the page, I’ll respond as soon as I can. If you have flyers, audio, video or other pieces that you would like to share – please get in touch.
Here are the latest additions to the site over the past few weeks:
L-Seven: Links to Laughing Hyenas in-depth history and Third Man Records reissues page.
The Boners: New flyers and unused 7 inch artwork from the TM Caldwell collection.
Cinecyde: New flyers from the TM Caldwell, Kevin Knapp, and Gary Zasuwa collections.
The Denizens: New photos and flyers from the Mike Murphy collection. New interview with Mike Murphy.
The Pathetx: Spelling of band name changed, new flyers added from the Tom McHenry collection. New interviews with Tom McHenry, Greg Kutcher, and Mark Leavitt.
The Pigs: Added new information about the Rushlow-King Combo including the addition of Mike Murphy as drummer for the post-Pigs group. New interview with Mike Murphy.
Service: New band page created. Flyers and photos from the Gary Zasuwa collection.
Bookie’s Club 870: New calendar flyers from the Kevin Knapp collection.
Clutch Cargo’s: New logo and calendar flyers from the Kevin Knapp collection. An anti-Clutch Cargo’s protest flyer created by Jerry Vile added from the TM Caldwell collection.
Nunzio’s: New calendar flyers from the Kevin Knapp collection. New interviews with Mark Leavitt.
Record Labels: 1982 Detroit Free Press Review of Tremor Records “Mandatory Music” from the Gary Zasuwa collection.
WDET’s Radios in Motion: Logo and ads from the Kevin Knapp collection.
One thought on “UPDATES: DECEMBER 30th, 2018”
Sweet interviews Mike! I was at an outdoor high school party with you guys playing,
I remember Route 66 and Ramblin Rose in the set and I believe another guy
(not in later Denizens) playing guitar. I sort of think it was on property owned by Shawn Kern’s parents?
(I remember some Irish people) The first bar show seeing the Denizens was
opening for The Motor City Bad Boys..and I do remember Dennis Thompson’s drum set being up high
inside a 50s car..
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