I remember a group made up of guys from Northmont High School (late sixties)called The Brigorian Nole (or Knoll). I was a graduate of Belmont HS in 1967 and some of my favorite places were the Diamond club, the LT club in HH, Timothy's on Brown St, the Tempest club on Linden Ave, Castaway club in Xenia, and does anyone remember the spinning colored ball that had lights in it that hung from the ceiling?If I remember, the band included guitar player Dan Gibson and Jim Nole. Anyone recall the band Mark Sigmund Anderson and Kixx (WTUE Homegrown III), which morphed into the Beat Boys? I also went to Tempest club and the LT club in Huber Heights, people had a lot more freedom and places to go back then.There was a band called "Dusty" that used to play at Walnut Hills on Wayne Ave., but I think they were out of Cincinnati. Helped start a band called Nightshade in 1984 wit Clarence Mc Girr and Alan Shuler. I used to hang out with Jim Dwyer, Jeff Pitsinger, Walt Ruff and a motley crew at Kramers. If you want to see, visit downtown starting in July at the Riverfront I was a barmaid at The Mouse That Roared along with my best pal Sally Manos ( rip ) Auburn Sash was my favorite and lead singer Keith Abney my friend .. Dave Haley was the guitarist and they were pretty much the house band at Obadiah's (Centerville; now Diamonds) in the early to mid '80s. I'm looking for any information on a band called Sounds of Love, or Love Sounds, (or something along those lines), from around 1971. A possible name of one of the band members was Scott Petrie, or some version of that. The young people were allowed to drink 3.2 beer at that time. I remember seeing Blue Oyster Cult perform in Dayton, Ohio at a free concert. I saw Mc Guffey Lane at Mc Guffy's in Dayton, Ohio. I knew a guy who said he was in Ricky Nelson's band at one time. They will play at 4 or 5 different venues throughout the day and evening.
Someone mentioned a band called Bridorian Knoll....
Preferring a 'less is more' environment devoid of typical event trappings.
Gone are the name-tags, shouting and over-the-top party trimmings.
Left for health reasons in 2010 and summer of 2013 helped form Eagles tribute band Double Eagles Tribute with Gary Hill from a band mentioned earlier on this forum, Captain Crunch and the Crew, Jeff Tutt,, Scott Ankney, and Layne Loxley. I skated to Stu Self at the rink in Beavercreek many years. Remember when the Slugs opened up for Stevie Ray at Gilly's just before he really hit it big? Offhand I know there is Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels, Sam The Sham & The Pharohs, Cyrcle, Fats Domino, Wayne Cochran & The C. I saw the Mc Coy's perform "Hang on Sloopy" at The She in Dayton, Ohio. They used a Hearst to haul their gear and Dow Thomas always wore a tuxedo and stove pipe hat when perforforming. I played with him in Marvin, (Smith), Betty & The Triumphs.
The Lovers, Low Rent Blues Allstars, Shake and the Senders, Mojo Kings, Cotton, Red Allen - wow! Pits turned to me and said "this is the last time we'll ever see him in a small club like this."Anyone remember a band from the early to mid-seventies called the Elders? I have a link from a source in Florida which is a very nice obit from when he passed.