Here is a good quality full-length live recording of our original song ‘Myron‘ from yet another performance out in Olean, NY… what could we say; that town loved us.
We made $400.00 this night (which, in 1981, was enough to actually make a profit!) and we really freaked the kids out with songs like “Myron,” “Second Coming/Ballad of Dwight Fry,” “Toronto Tontos” and “Cross Eyed Mary” – – which makes it all worth while. No matter what, we were definitely bound and determined to have fun on Halloween.
Listen to our performance of Robert Stuart Lowden’s disturbing eclectic masterpiece “Myron“, captured live on this Halloween night, 10.31.1981.
Gregg Filippone ran the sound for tonight’s show along with Mike Carroll, lighting tech. The road crew:
Dave Styn (head roadie) plus three little roadies (Steve Styn, Keith Huels and Tom). Expenses totaled
$374.00 (including truck rental and a payment towards the band’s monthly rent at the Music Mall in
Cheektowaga). After costs, a cool $26.00 went into the main budget for the next show.