Saturday, December 11, 2010

PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS FAMILY TREE


THE DICK McGARVIN TRIO (1954) / THE DICK McGARVIN GROUP (1954 - 1955)
1) Dick McGarvin drums, piano
2) ? unknown instrument
3) ? unknown instrument


THE CALDWELL HIGH TEENS (1955 - 1958)
1) Dick McGarvin
2) Red Hughes vocals
3) William Hibbard bass


THE RED HUGHES BAND (1958)
1) Dick McGarvin
2) Red Hughes
3) William Hibbard
4) Paul Revere Dick vocals, piano, organ, bass


THE DOWNBEATS #1 (1958)
1) Red Hughes
2) William Hibbard
3) Paul Revere
4) Mark Lindsay lead vocals, sax, rhythm guitar
5) David Bell drums


THE DOWNBEATS #2 (1958 - ca. FEB 1960)
1) William Hibbard (from now on he's credited only as "guest member" and not appeared on band's photos)
2) Paul Revere
3) Mark Lindsay
4) Jerry Labrum drums
5) Robert White lead guitar
6) Richard White rhythm guitar


THE DOWNBEATS #3 (ca. FEB 1960 - 1960)
1) William Hibbard
2) Paul Revere
3) Mark Lindsay 
4) Jerry Labrum
5) Robert White 
6) Richard White 
7) Andrea Loper lead vocals


THE DOWNBEATS #4 (aka #2) (1960) / PAUL REVERE AND THE NIGHTRIDERS (1960) / PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #1 (1960 - 1961)
1) William Hibbard
2) Paul Revere
3) Mark Lindsay
4) Jerry Labrum
5) Robert White
6) Richard White


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #2 (1961 (two weeks only))
1) William Hibbard
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Jerry Labrum
4) Robert White
5) Richard White
6) Claude Russell Bridges (aka Leon Russell) vocals, keyboards


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #3 (aka #1) (1961 - ca. NOV 1961)
1) William Hibbard
2) Paul Revere

3) Mark Lindsay
4) Jerry Labrum
5) Robert White
6) Richard White


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #4 (OCT 1962 - JAN 1963)
1) Paul Revere
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Mike Smith drums, guitar, keyboards  
4) Steve West guitar
5) Ross Allemang guitar, bass, piano


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #5 (JAN 1963 - MAY 1963)
1) Paul Revere
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Mike Smith
4) Steve West
5) Dick Walker guitar, bass, piano


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #6 (MAY 1963 - JUN 1963)
1) Paul Revere
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Mike Smith
4) Dick Walker
5) Pierre Ouelette guitar


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #7 (JUN 1963 - SEPT 1963)
1) Paul Revere
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Mike Smith
4) Dick Walker
5) Charlie Coe guitar, bass, piano, sax, violin


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #8 (SEPT 1963 - JAN 1965)
1) Paul Revere
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Mike Smith
4) Drake Maxwell Levinshefski (aka Drake Levin) guitar
5) Michael Holiday guitar, bass, trumpet


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #9 (JAN 1965 - FEB 1966)
1) Paul Revere
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Mike Smith
4) Drake Levin
5) Phillip Edward 'Phil' 'Fang' Volk bass


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #10 (FEB 1966 (only for a few days))
1) Paul Revere
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Mike Smith
4) Drake Levin
5) Phil Volk
6) James George 'Jim' 'Harpo' Valley guitar, piano


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #11 (FEB 1966 (only for a week and a half))
1) Paul Revere
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Mike Smith
4) Drake Levin
5) Jim Valley


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #12 (FEB 1966 - MAR 18, 1967)
1) Paul Revere
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Mike Smith
4) Jim Valley
5) Phil Volk


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #13 (MAR 19, 1967 - JUN 1968)
1) Paul Revere
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Charlie Coe
4) Wilton Frederick 'Freddy' Weller guitar, bass, piano, dobro
5) Joe Correro Jr. drums


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #14 (JUN 1968 - MAY 1971)
1) Paul Revere
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Freddy Weller
4) Joe Correro Jr.
5) Keith Allison bass, guitar, harp, keyboards, trombone


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #15 (MAY 1971 - 1971) / THE RAIDERS #1 (1971)
1) Paul Revere
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Freddy Weller
4) Keith Allison
5) Mike Smith


THE RAIDERS #2 (1971)
1) Paul Revere
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Freddy Weller
4) Keith Allison
5) Mike Smith
6) Steve Eaton guitar


 THE RAIDERS #3 (aka #1) (1971 - AUG 1972)
1) Paul Revere
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Freddy Weller
4) Keith Allison
5) Mike Smith


THE RAIDERS #4 (AUG 1972 -  DEC 1972)
1) Paul Revere
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Freddy Weller
4) Keith Allison
5) Mike Smith
6) Robert Wolley bass, keyboards
7) Omar Martinez drums, percussion, vocals, guitar


THE RAIDERS #5 (DEC 1972 - MAY 1973)
1) Paul Revere
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Keith Allison
4) Robert Wolley
5) Omar Martinez
6) Freddy Weller


THE RAIDERS #6 (MAY 1973 - MAY 1974)
1) Paul Revere
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Keith Allison
4) Robert Wolley
5) Omar Martinez
6) Doug Heath guitar, drums, piano


THE RAIDERS #7 (MAY 1974 (only for a few days))
1) Paul Revere
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Keith Allison
4) Robert Wolley
5) Omar Martinez
6) Doug Heath
7) Russell Smith guitar, bass


THE RAIDERS #8 (aka #6) (MAY 1974 - JAN 1975)
1) Paul Revere
2) Mark Lindsay
3) Keith Allison
4) Robert Wolley
5) Omar Martinez
6) Doug Heath 


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #16 (JAN 1975 - APR 1975)
1) Paul Revere
2) Keith Allison
3) Robert Wolley
4) Omar Martinez
5) Doug Heath


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #17 (APR 1975 - JAN 1977)
1) Paul Revere
2) Robert Wolley
3) Omar Martinez
4) Doug Heath
5) Ron Foos bass


LOUIE AND THE ROCKETS (1977 - APR 1978) / PAUL REVERE'S RAIDERS (APR 1978 - 1978)
1) Doug Heath
2) Scott Ellershaw bass, guitar
3) Blair Hill guitar, bass, vocals, piano, drums
4) Merwin Kato drums, percussion, guitar, piano
5) Gregory Branson keyboards
6)  Neil Rush sax


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #18 (1978)
1) Paul Revere
2) Doug Heath
3) Scott Ellershaw
4) Blair Hill
5) Merwin Kato
6) Gregory Branson
7) Neil Rush


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #19 (1978 - JUL 1979)
1) Paul Revere
2) Doug Heath
3) Scott Ellershaw
4) Blair Hill
5) Merwin Kato
6) Gregory Branson
7) Neil Rush
8) Red Hughes drums, percussion, guitar, piano
9) Louie Fontaine vocals


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #20 (JUL 1979 - AUG 1980)
1) Paul Revere
2) Scott Ellershaw
3) Blair Hill
4) Merwin Kato
5) Gregory Branson
6) Neil Rush
7) Red Hughes
8) Louie Fontaine
9) Dick Gerber guitar


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #21 (AUG 1980 - OCT 1980)
1) Paul Revere
2) Dick Gerber
3) Scott Ellershaw
4) Omar Martinez
5) Robert Michael Bradley vocals, guitar, keyboards, flute, bass, banjo
6) Daniel Krause vocals, keyboards, trumpet


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #22 (OCT 1980 - JAN 1983)
1) Paul Revere
2) Robert Michael Bradley
3) DanielKrause
4) Omar Martinez
5) Ron Foos
6) Doug Heath


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #23 (JAN 1983 - FEB 1983)
1) Paul Revere
2) Daniel Krause
3) Omar Martinez
4) Ron Foos
5) Doug Heath


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #24 (FEB 1983 - 1990)
1) Paul Revere
2) Daniel Krause
3) Omar Martinez
4) Ron Foos
5) Doug Heath
6) Carlos Driggs vocals 


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #25 (1990 - 1991)
1) Paul Revere
2) Daniel Krause
3) Omar Martinez
4) Ron Foos
5) Doug Heath
6) Carlos Driggs
7) Jamie Revere guitar


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #26 (1991 - 1997)
1) Paul Revere
2) Daniel Krause
3) Omar Martinez
4) Ron Foos
5) Doug Heath
6) Carlos Driggs
7) Jamie Revere


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #27 (1997 - 2000)
1) Paul Revere
2) Daniel Krause
3) Omar Martinez
4) Ron Foos
5) Doug Heath
6) Carlos Driggs


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #28 (2000 - LATE 2003)
1) Paul Revere
2) Daniel Krause
3) Omar Martinez
4) Ron Foos
5) Doug Heath
6) Carlos Driggs


PAUL REVER AND THE RAIDERS #29 (EARLY 2004 - 2007)
1) Paul Revere
2) Daniel Krause
3) Omar Martinez
4) Ron Foos
5) Doug Heath
6) Darrin Medley lead vocals


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #30 (2007 - 2008)
1) Paul Revere
2) Daniel Krause
3) Ron Foos
4) Doug Heath
5) Darrin Medley
6) Tommy Scheckel drums, vocals


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #31 (2008 - 2014)
1) Paul Revere
2) Daniel Krause
3) Ron Foos
4) Doug Heath
5) Tommy Scheckel
6) Darren Dowler lead vocals


PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS #32 (2014 - OCT 4, 2014)
1) Paul Revere
2) Daniel Krause
3) Ron Foos
4) Doug Heath
5) Darren Dowler
6) Tommy Scheckel
7) Jamie Revere


PAUL REVERE'S RAIDERS (OCT 5, 2014 - AT PRESENT)
1) Daniel Krause
2) Ron Foos
3) Doug Heath
4) Darren Dowler
5) Tommy Scheckel
6) Jamie Revere

Friday, December 03, 2010

WEST COAST POP ART EXPERIMENTAL BAND FAMILY TREE - SHOWS LIST

This story is the work of Bruno Ceriotti. Help in putting this together has been provided by Michael Lloyd, John Ware, Luis Futre, Michael Lazarus Scott, Gray Newell, Richard Morton Jack, Michael Fennelly, and Tim Doherty, to whom I'm most grateful


UNNAMED BAND #1 (1965 - SEPT 9, 1965)
1) Michael Lloyd vocals, guitar, keyboards
2) Shaun Harris vocals, bass, guitar
3) Dan 'Danny' Harris vocals, guitar
4) Dennis Lambert rhythm guitar
5) Danny Belsky drums, sax 


UNNAMED BAND #2 (SEPT 10, 1965 - MAY 1966) / THE WEST COAST POP ART EXPERIMENTAL BAND #1 (MAY 1966 - JUN 1966)
1) Michael Lloyd
2) Shaun Harris
3) Dennis Lambert
4) Danny Belsky
5) Robert Haskins 'Bob' Markley tamburines, bongos, flute, and sometime vocals


THE WEST COAST POP ART EXPERIMENTAL BAND #2 (JUN 1966 - MAR 1967)
1) Michael Lloyd
2) Shaun Harris
3) Danny Harris
4) Bob Markley
5) John A. Ware drums


July 1966 - November 1966: The Other Place, 9680 Santa Monica Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA
The band played in this "members-only go-go club" like every Wednesday night (but other dates were later added too) for several months. This shows became a social events in Beverly Hills at that time.   

1966: The Daisy, 326 N Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, CA
Legendary musician and producer Kim Fowley remember saw them play once at this popular "members-only go-go club".

1966: Wild Thing, 1835 N Cahuenga Boulevard, Downtown Hollwood, CA
The band played in this "psych/garage club" as house band for some months.

1966: Stratford On Sunset, 8428 Sunset Boulevard, Sunset Strip, West Hollywood, CA
This was a "soul venue" sometimes known as the 'Castle On The Strip'. In the spring of 67 this venue became the 'Monterey International Pop Festival' planning office.

September 17, 1966: Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA with The Mothers Of Invention, The Factory, Little Gary Ferguson, Kenny Dino, The Count Five, Pat Morgan (MC), Lights by Nirvana

September 27 - October 1, 1966: The Ark, Gate 6, Sausalito, CA with Light Voyage 

October 15,  1966: The Other Place, 9680 Santa Monica Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA

October 29, 1966: Great Western Exhibit Center, 2120 South Eastern Avenue, Los Angeles, CA with The Seeds, Rain ("ESP"), The Fabs, The New Generation, Davie Allan and The Arrows, Les Watson and The Panthers "KRLA Presents Monster Halloween Freak-Off Dance"

October 29,  1966: The Other Place, 9680 Santa Monica Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA with The Buddy Jay Trio


THE WEST COAST POP ART EXPERIMENTAL BAND #3 (MAR 1967 - AUG 1967)
1) Bob Markley
2) John A. Ware 
3) Bob Yeazel rhythm guitar
4) James Boyd 'Jimmy' 'Spooner' Greenspoon organ, electric piano, harpsichord, autoharp, bells
5) Roger Bryant bass
6) Ron Morgan lead guitar


March 17-26, 1967: Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA with International Submarine Band, The Blues Magoos, and many others "6th Annual Teen Age Fair"
The band played 12 hours a day for 10 days in a row (they got breaks between shows of course!). For this event John Ware chose to run the light show and hire a drummer called Frank Lupica to filling in for him. 

March 26, 1967: Elysian Park, Los Angeles, CA with The Daily Flash, Peanut Butter Conspiracy, Clear Light, The Rainy Daze, The Factory, The Other Half, Flamin' Groovies, Steve Miller Blues Band, Sopwith Camel (canceled), Iron Butterfly, The Turtles, The Nazz, Grateful Dead, West Coast Branch, The Seventh Son, Firesign Theatre & New Generation, Kim Fowley, Smokestack Ligtning, The Yellow Brick Road, The Yerba Buena Blues Band "Easter Sunday Love-In"

March 31 - April 1, 1967: Valley Music Theatre, 20600 Ventura Boulevard, Woodland Hills, CA with The Association, Flesh & Blood, Lights by Out Of Sight Lite Show

May 12-13, 1967: The Kaleidoscope at Ciro's, 8433 West Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA with Canned Heat, The New Age, Lights by New Glory

May 26-27, 1967: Exhibition Hall, Arizona State Fairgrounds, Phoenix, AZ with Captain Flash and His Electric Circus, The U.F.O., Jesse Lee Kincaid & The L.A. Philharmonic, The Holy Grail, A Traveling Medicine Show From Headquarters ROCK & ROLL, Lights by World's Most Total Light Show "Dance And Concert" 

June 2, 1967: Pasadena Civic Auditorium, 300 East Green Street, Pasadena, CA with The 5th Dimension (filling for The Doors), Canned Heat, Love

June 9-18, 1967: Exhibition Hall, Arizona State Fairgrounds, Phoenix, AZ with The Electric Prunes, and many others "World's Fair For Youth - 1967 Arizona Teen-Age Fair"

June ??, 1967: Exhibition Hall, Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR with Buffalo Springfield, The Southmen, and many others "Annual Teen Age Fair"

June ??, 1967: Conrad Hilton Hotel, Chicago, IL "66th Annual NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) Show"

July 22, 1967: Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA with The Yardbirds, Moby Grape, Strawberry Alarm Clock, Iron Butterfly (cancelled), Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band
Opening act Strawberry Alarm Clock left with the only PA, leaving the rest to perform without amplification. 

July 28, 1967: Genesis IX, 7551 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood, Los Angeles County, CA with The House Of DBS Blues Band 


THE WEST COAST POP ART EXPERIMENTAL BAND  #4 (AUG 1967 - FALL 1967)
1) Bob Markley
2) John Ware
3) Ron Morgan
4) Shaun Harris
5) Danny Harris
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6) Joey Covington drums (apparently he played with them for just one gig in 1967)


September 16, 1967: Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA with The Seeds, The Midnighters, Chocolate Watchband

September 22, 1967: Cullen Auditorium, Houston, TX 


THE WEST COAST POP ART EXPERIMENTAL BAND  #5 (aka THE CALIFORNIA SPECTRUM #1) (FALL 1967 - EARLY 1968)
1) Bob Markley
2) John Ware
3) Shaun Harris
4) Danny Harris


January 6, 1968: 'Boss City', KHJ-TV Channel 9, Los Angeles, CA with Sam Riddle, Sunshine Company, The Buckinghams, Lou Christie (broadcast date)


THE WEST COAST POP ART EXPERIMENTAL BAND #6 (EARLY 1968 - 1968) 
1) Bob Markley
2) Shaun Harris
3) Danny Harris
4) Ron Morgan


April 19, 1968: Gymnasium, South Dakota University campus, Broomings, SD "Fifth Annual Fine Arts Festival"



THE WEST COAST POP ART EXPERIMENTAL BAND #7 (1968)
1) Bob Markley
2) Shaun Harris
3) Ron Morgan


THE WEST COAST POP ART EXPERIMENTAL BAND #8 (aka THE CALIFORNIA SPECTRUM #2) (1968 - 1970) 
1) Bob Markley
2) Shaun Harris
3) Danny Harris


April 5, 1969: City Auditorium, Colorado Springs, CO (as The California Spectrum)

August 22, 1969: Teen Center, Colorado Springs, CO with The Lemon Pipers 



MARKLEY A GROUP (1970)
1) Michael Lloyd
2) Shaun Harris
3) Danny Harris
4) Bob Markley