In 1967 a guy named Dave heard me playing “Hey Joe” on my acoustic guitar and asked me if I owned an electric. I didn’t. He was starting a rock band and needed a rhythm guitar player. The members of the band were Dave on bass, Tim on drums, Randy on lead guitar. Randy studied classical guitar as a boy. His claim to fame was appearing as a contestant on The Ted Mack Amateur Hour, “I came in second to a dancing horse.” We were college students at a small school in Ohio. Dave was adamant…Continue
Thank you, to all whom have shared stories with us. If you are not aware 48th Street as we know it will be gone soon!
That is why this site is so important, To keep the good times virtual, Please pass this site to whom ever you know with a story. I miss you all and I pray that everyone is doing great, Always the best of luck!
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My fondest memories of this legendary landmark comes from my frequent visits there while attending the high school of the Performing Arts, which was then located on 46 st between 6th avenue & Times Square. In 1968 I was a junior & had just joined the official Jimi Hendrix fan club at Warner Reprise records with another member of school. A small group of the NYC chapter of the fan club had the finest 'Hendrix-watch' around & we would shadow Hendrix…Continue
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