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Kathleen on November 25, 2016 at 11:36 AM said:

I spent many an evening at the Rollarena, IDES and later at Frenchy's. I still have many mini give-away posters. I ran across this acidentally. Fun and nostagic read.
Thanks for the memories!
Donny Cantrell on May 29, 2015 at 12:55 PM said:

Blast from the past. My brother Mike and I participated in a reunion gathering [The Just Six] at the Saddlerack in Fremont where we were able to touch base with manay long lost music buddies. These days if you see a red landrover with the license plate [3 B3 S], give me a honk, that's me. I still have my origonal B3 that I bought at Sherman & Clay in Hayward on April 26, 1967. Before then I played a VOX Contiental through a Super-Beatle amp. These days I'm still playing with various musicians. I have a profile on "The Note", a musicians website, and I travel light using a digital Hammond SK-88 with Motion Sound KBR amp or my Hammmond-Leslie 835 solid state 3-channel cabinet. Let's stay in touch. EMail me at donaldcantrell@earthlink.net I'll be looking for you online. Wishing everyone "All The Best"!!
Donny 'B3' Cantrell
JO ANNE WALTERS MENDES on November 24, 2014 at 5:43 PM said:

My girlfriends AND I STARTED GOING TO FRENCHY'S when we were 17-18! OUR SENIOR YR. NORMA NORTON, JO ANNE, CHRIS, JACKIE ROSS, MERRIE MARKER, LINDA PAZ, JULIE MACOR, SHEILA ALBERTI, TOO MANY TO NAME. WE SAW EVERY SINGLE BAND THAT PLAYED THERE. WE WENT ON SUNDAY NIGHTS FOR NICKEL BEER!!!
SAW TOWER OF POWER,, BB KING, SLY, COLD BLOOD, TOO MANY TO NAME. WE JUST DANCED DANCED THE NIGHT AWAY. HAVE FRIENDS TO THIS DAY THAT I MEET AT FRENCHY'S !!!
BLAST FROM THE PAST
Debi Hurtado-Monares on November 24, 2014 at 11:12 AM said:

The very 1st time my cousin Linda and I went to Frenchy's was a Sunday afternoon in 1964 or 1965. I believe we saw a group called "The Leaves"? They wore suits and of course copied the Beatles style. We thought we were 'big shots'. We were 12 or 13 give or take a year. It was a long time and my memory is not that great. Frency's was great, I remember there was an empty pool next door. What I can't believe was our Parents let us walk from Manon Avenue and walk home. What were they thinking?
Years later I would go with a Fake ID to See and Hear some Fabulous music and Bands. Thank you for all the Great Memories
Ed Echols on November 8, 2014 at 9:56 PM said:

Barry,I am still searching all of my bins of stuff I have collected.I am sure I have the poster I told you about.Don`t give up,I know I have It!
Ed Echols on October 16, 2014 at 11:25 PM said:

Barry,I just read your message.I will make a good quality photo of the poster and send it to you.You will like this one.It is still in real good condition!Give me a couple of days to send it. Thanks for your interest! 10/16/2014
Barry Carlos on October 16, 2014 at 8:24 PM said:

Hi Ed;

I was Peter Wheats manager and producer. Can you possibly send me a jpg photo of the poster from that concert at the Fair Grounds. I would certainly appreciate it as I have been looking all over the place to secure a copy to add to my collection. My email address is: info@onticviews.com.

Kindest Regards

Barry
Ed Echols on September 29, 2014 at 11:01 PM said:

to bill or bruce,I still have a 14x22 poster from alameda county fair dated sat.july 9 and 16th featuring the harbinger complex,peter wheat,the baytovens and the vejetables on july 16.I think It was in 1966.Do you have this poster? Let me know!
Ed Echols on September 26, 2014 at 11:25 PM said:

Ed Echols on 9/26/2014.Thank you Bruce for the contact info.I will get in touch will Bill and Minit printing soon.This is a great site to look back at the fun times we had.Any other info you find would be great! Thanks alot.
Bruce Tahsler on September 19, 2014 at 3:01 PM said:

Hello Ed,
Contact Bill Quarry at Minit Printing in San Leandro CA. 510-351-7722
He has fliers from the 1960's with your band on them, also the latest edition of the book.
Bruce
Ed Echols on September 6, 2014 at 11:27 PM said:

I was in the band called sad days n green.We played at the rollerena,pleasanton fairgrounds,I.D.E.S. hall,Santa cruz,Carpenters hall,Chabot college battle of bands,Cow palace battle of the bands,and many other dance halls.Also played against the misenthropes a few times.Does anybody remember us anymore?Almost forgot,we opened for the Leaves two times.One at the rollerena and in Merced.Love to see any comments
Dag Warner on August 18, 2014 at 3:48 AM said:

www.btwrckmusical.com/BillEllis
Hollis Thackeray on April 27, 2014 at 8:59 AM said:

Remember a lot of late nights at Frenchys with Bill and Tim late night dice games .working with bands like Huey Lewis to Woody Herman and his thundering heard. To all Escovido clan Fun Times
Danny Howard on April 8, 2014 at 8:48 PM said:

Bill is my uncle. I remember the days he would bring concerts to EUREKA CA. I was very young back then and wasn't into music, so I worked at the concession stand. Once I feel asleep in the coat rack area and woke up after the concert was over and all the coats were gone. I even worked at my uncle Bill's print shop during the summer. I really can appreciate what my uncle has done for so many now that I am older. Once Cher even held my hand at a Las Vegas show when I was around 12 and sang to me. I still think my Uncle Bill had something to do with that!!!!! Hi UNCLE BILL
SZURA on November 24, 2013 at 7:30 PM said:

Canyon High School dance.....Predawn Left, pint of Tequila and "Sex Machine". Hasen't been that good since.
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