Just introduced to site,WOW, memory lane,very cool. Great job and great idea. I see several names of the past, as a young drummer (then 10 yrs old) I noted thier style and added it to my learning curve. Forgot most of it now (at 50yrs old)but still enjoy playing and playing LOUD. I guess if Jerry Mercer can still give er!
NEVER SAY DIE?
Still here and I still using my Ludwig super Classic's (the best). My brother Dean lives in Victoria and he still owns his Original 1964 Fender Statocaster 1967 gibson SG and early 70 100w Marshall stack.We still enjoy playing...this is a cool site: hello everyone that we have done sets with.
|Culprits||Drums / Vocals||2000-present|
|The Culprits||Drums / Vocals||2000-present|
|Smart Alex||Drums / Vocals||1979-1982|
|Taxi - Duncan||Drums / Vocals||1977-1979|
|Lapis Lazuli||Drums / Vocals||1975-1977|
|Pablo - Duncan||Drums / Vocals||1970-1973|
|Richard Mayer||Drums / vocals||1970-1973|
|Shades||Drums / Vocals||1969-1970|
|Shades of Blue||Drums / Vocals||1967-1969|
|The Serfs||Drums / Vocals||1964-1967|
|Shades||Drums / Vocals|
|Jive Bombers||Drums / Vocals|
|Lapis||Drums / Vocals|
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