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Below are links to various sites belonging to friends and associates whose talents I appreciate.
I first heard Alice Stuart at a big folk music concert at the Seattle Center in about 1963. What a heartbreaker! Great voice and guitar. She has never stopped. Read where she’s been and what she’s up to these days. www.alicestuart.com
Bob Page is the guy who tricked me into moving to Los Angeles to play with the Lydia E. Pinkham Superior Orchestra. He now owns Buffalo Bros. Guitars and I’m still just a musician. Bob? www.buffalobrosguitars.com
I met Joel Tepp when I started playing with the Pinkham Orchestra. We’ve been close friends ever since and still manage to play music together now and then. Google him for a real look at the extent of his accomplishments in music. home.earthlink.net/~joeltepp/
Mike DeTemple was also in the Pinkham Orchestra and went on to make some of the BEST electric guitars in the world. And that’s a crowded field. www.detempleguitars.com
Tom Martin was in the Pinkham Orchestra as well. Although he grew up in L.A., he moved to Washington before I had had enough of L.A. We played in bands when I got back. Tom does what he chooses and I’m glad he chose to design websites. I’ve found him very affordable. www.consultyou.net
Why so many of the former Pinkham personnel? They are all still dear friends and they went on to excel in their fields.
Dan Wilson owns Allstar Guitars in our little town. He builds instruments, has done a huge amount of work on my instruments, and sang harmonies on our album. www.allstarstrings.com
Roy McAlister makes world-class acoustic guitars for the stars and the rest of us. His Vintage Series makes me hurt with desire. He is living a short distance away as the bear rambles, but I think I will drive the next time I go there. www.mcalisterguitars.com
It’s a secret how I know Kathi Flood, but she goes back to the Pinkham Orchestrea days. When she lived in this area she did artwork for a couple of music projects I was involved with. We did music for her poetry cd. She recently did the cover for our Nite Café album. She works a lot with old stuff. www.kathiflood.com
Amy Brown is a fantasy/faerie artist with world wide appeal.
Coincidentally, she is also our niece. Referals from her website are
responsible for the vast majority of our hits. Check out Amy's work and see why she has such a huge and dedicated following. We love her too, even though she used to bite us on the knee as a child. She hasn't done it lately so we take a guarded but supportive stance. Amy Brown Fantasy Art®