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Sunday, November 18, 2007

Bubblegum Music

Yesterday, November 17th, I went to Henderson, Tennessee with the drummer in the band I'm currently in. We went down there for a thing called the Caravan of Stars XIV, a concert featuring rock and roll artists from the golden age; i.e. the 1950's - 1970's. There were several artists there, including Dickie Lee, Carol Conners from the Teddy Bears, Jimmy Gilmer, Jim Yester of the Association, Bo Donaldson and the Haywoods, Eddie Brigati of the Young Rascals, Jerry Yester of the Lovin' Spoonful and Dennis Tufano, the lead singer of the Buckinghams. But the group I was most interested in hearing, and in fact the reason I found out about the show in the first place, was the 1910 Fruitgum Company.
You may remember them from such hits as the 1968 number 2 smash, Simon Says, 1 2 3 Red Light, May I Take A Giant Step, Goody Goody Gumdrops, Indian Giver, Special Delivery and others. The trip was well worth it! They put on a great show, as did all the other acts there. My seat was in the sixth row, right in front of the middle of the stage, so of course I got several good pictures of everybody. But, since it was the 1910 Fruitgum Company that I primarily went to see, I'll just post a few pictures from their part of the show.

Frank Jeckell

Mick Mansueto

Floyd Marcus


HaarFager said...

The 1910 Fruitgum Company have contacted me and asked if they could use some of my photographs on their website. Of course, I said "Oh, yeah!" So, be sure to look for the images sometime soon on their webpage. Here is the digital domain for the [url=]1910 Fruitgum Company[/url]

stubbysfears said...

Don't forget to buy their Christmas CD, "Bubblegum Christmas." It comes out Tuesday (11/27).