Saturday, April 23, 2011

Our Next Vinyl Night Is Tuesday, April 26


It will begin at 7:30 p.m. next Tuesday, April 26, at the usual place, H.D. Beans and Bottles Cafe, 6721 Montgomery Rd. on the Silverton/Kennedy Heights border. (For directions, visit or call 793-6036.)

As usual, we're equipped to play LPs and 45s -- everyone will have time to play and advocate on behalf of two-three older vinyl cuts (or one or two longer compositions) that with time have been forgotten, dismissed or underappreciated. Or, something newer that has fallen through the cracks.

We're hoping, too, to have some surprises and tributes. Possibly, Steve Kemme will pay respects to the great progressive-jazz violinist Billy Bang, who died recently. And we're hearing reports that the beloved vocal group The Orlons, creators of "South Street," "Don't Hang Up," and the original version of "Don't Throw Your Love Away," may also make a recorded appearance. (Photos of The Orlons and Bang are above.) But who knows?

Any questions, contact me (at or Vinyl Night co-founder/technical director Neil Sharrow (at


Steve Rosen

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