|This poster was designed by Tom Korchak, Scott's father. He
was an ad-man in Kansas City. The "Love and Happiness Kalaidoscope"
was our light show with overhead , film and slide projectors manned by
"The Wiz", Bob Szchousky (I'm sure I've not even come
close to spelling his name right.)
||This is the "final" version of The Upside Dawne.
Upper row, left to right: Garth Fundis, Jim Stringer; Bottom row: Scott
Korchak, Paul Miller, Steve Hall, Jack Manahan. Note the suits -- Steve,
Jack Scott and myself all match. Paul and Garth were the newcomers and had
|The Red Dog Inn was the place to play. These days, it's
still open as Liberty Hall. I don't remember Bob Marriotte and the
Continentals, but The Jerms were a fine band from Topeka and of course
Wilson Pickett needs no introduction. This ad is from the University Daily
Kansan in, spring 1967.
||Another club where the band played locally was The Village
Green which was on the corner of 23rd and Naismith in Lawrence -- it's
been a Payless Shoe Store for years now. My first night in Lawrence as a
KU student, I saw Mike Finnigan & the Serfs at this club and my
musical expectations have never been the same.