Dedicated to those who played Scorgies or were a big part of the scene in those days but are no longer with us – Brian Horton (Blue Hand), Shaughn Irons (Personal Effects road manager), Lukewarm (DJ at Scorgies), Uncle Roger, Doug Meech (Chesterfield Kings drummer), Larry and Steve Fritch (both of the Times and the Now) and Chuck Cuminale (Colorblind James).
Brian Horton from Blue Hand and Buffalo Road. See Paul Dodd painting of Brian Horton and Brian obit article.
Jen, Luke Warm and Connie at Rick Cona’s place (photo provided by Brian Goodman)
Chuck Cuminale aka Colorblind James – photo by Gary Brandt
Shawn Irons (Personal Effects road manager), Kevin Vicalvi Personal Effects sound man) sleeping, and Duane Sherwood (light man extraordinaire) in van on the way to a gig. Shawn died last year.
Uncle Roger (in rear) in Scorgies dressing room with Iolo (NYC DJ), Paul and Peggi from Personal Effects and Eric DuFaure, president of Cachalot Records
Geoff and Uncle Roger
Uncle Roger playing with the Fugitives
The Times (temporary lineup) Larry Luxury, Paul Dodd with a Times single, John Perravich (also played guitar with the Cliches) and Steve Fritch. Both Larry and Steve are gone.