Head played live for the first time 25 years ago. We were fortunate that Girl Trouble let us open for them for our first time playing. 25 years later we’re still both going. I can’t say the same for Quiverpuss. I wish they were still going though. I thought they were good and “Conjure Up A Man” was a great song. Bon counts the first time playing live as the start date for bands but I don’t know. We started practicing almost 2 years before then. We certainly were not ready to play a show at the point.
We keep our streak of playing at least one show a year going when we play The Wanna-Bes reunion show at the Substation off of Leary Way on December 30th.
No Talents are from France. Chemicals are from Portland. Head and Primate 5 are from Seattle.
Primate 5 – 930-1010
Head 1025 – 1055
no talents 1110 – 1155
chemicals 1210 – 1245
Here is the first installment of Head’s ongoing series of rock bands doing touristy stuff in Seattle in the Sixties. Watch as The Doors ride the Monorail downtown then go see the sights from the top of the Space Needle. See Rob Krieger wave at the band while standing outside the Copper Kitchen and Green Onion restaurants. Unfortunately there is no known footage of Jim Morrison eating cotton candy.
The next installment features Led Zeppelin riding paddle boats at Green Lake in 1969.
We are playing Brian Foss’ b-day party Friday at the Highline which I think is up on Broadway across the street from Dick’s.
Warning Danger (play last)
The Dumps (play first)
more info here
How did Touch get into the EMP’s We Are 12 premiere today, with no other than Mr. Paul Allen of Allentown Lake Union Village, Seattle, USA?!?!
My, Touch is looking RAMONES-y!
Lookit Touch in the pics!!
“Touch, I’m told this thing here is my Super Bowl Trophy. Now how ’bout we go take a look at my Jimi Hendrix pants collection”