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« on: January 24, 2015, 09:29:37 PM »

This is something I've been working on for a while. It's not 100% correct at all - there was some guesswork involved. I got most of the info from the In Concert book, with more help from several topics here and Bellagio, of course.

Glen Campbell (bass/vocals): 12/26/64 - 1/3/65, 1/29/65 - 2/6/65, 2/19/65 - 2/27/65, 4/5/65, 4/12/65 - 4/17/65, 4/23/65 - 5/15/65
Ron Brown (bass): 10/6/67 - 2/4/68
Daryl Dragon (piano/organ/vibes/percussion): 11/17/67 - 2/4/68, 10/18/68 - 4/18/69, 5/30/69 - 5/11/71, 3/16/72 - 11/23/72, 6/4-10/79, 7/17-18/81, [early 1991??]
Dennis Dragon (percussion/drums): 4/5/68 - 6/15/68, 8/2/68 - 10/27/68, 7/19/69 - 11/30/69, 2/20/71 - 5/11/71, 5/7/72 - 6/3/72
Doug Dragon (piano/organ): 4/5/68 - 6/15/68, 8/2/68 - 10/27/68
Horn Section (Ernie Small???): 5/3/68 - 5/5/68, 7/2/68 - 7/17/68, 11/23/68 - 1/19/69, 5/30/69 - 9/7/69
Ed Carter (bass/guitar/vocals/percussion): 7/2/68 - 4/18/69, 5/30/69 - 9/12/70, 11/4/70 - 4/13/71, 9/22/71 - 2/25/72, 5/7/72 - 6/3/72, 11/1/71 - 9/3/73, 2/14/74 - 2/19/74, 5/11/74 - 7/31/74, 8/18/75 - 9/2/75, 7/2/76 - 3/9/80, 4/18/80 - 12/5/81, 5/28/82 - 10/5/95
Mike Kowalski (drums/percussion/synthesizer/bass/guitar): 7/2/68 - 7/17/68, 11/23/68 - 4/18/69, 10/3/70 - 12/21/70, 9/22/71 - 2/25/72, 8/16/72 - 11/23/72, 8/12/73 - 9/3/73, 10/14/77 - 5/28/78, 11/27/81 - 9/26/07
Billy Hinsche (keyboards/vocals/guitar/bass): 5/2/69 - 5/4/69, 9/22/71 - 10/23/71, 12/3/71 - 2/25/72, 5/7/72 - 9/4/72, 3/16/73 - 12/31/73, 3/15/74 - 9/2/77, 11/19/82 - 2/23/96
The Horn Dogs: 11/4/70 - 6/3/72
Jeff Kaplan (bass/electric piano): 4/22/71 - 5/11/71, 11/5/71 - 12/11/71, 3/16/72 - 4/29/72
Carli Munoz (organ/electric piano/congas): 6/24/71 - 7/3/71, 3/16/73 - 9/2/77, 2/16/78 - 9/3/79
Luther Coffee (bass): 6/22/71 - 7/3/71
Bobby Torres (percussion): 9/22/71 - 2/25/72
Ricky Fataar (drums/percussion): 9/22/71 - 2/25/72 (as backing member)
Toni Tenille (piano/vocals): 3/16/72 - 4/29/72, 8/16/72 - 11/23/72, 7/17-18/79
Charles Lloyd (sax/flute/percussion): 8/16/72 - 9/4/72, 11/22/76 - 9/4/78, 4/20/79 - 4/30/79
Richard Didymus Washington (congas): 3/29/73 - 5/20/73, 11/2/73 - 10/31/73
Joe Pollard (percussion/drums): 3/29/73 - 5/20/73
Robert Kenyatta (congas): 8/12/73 - 9/3/73, 8/23/74 - 9/8/74
Ed Tuduri (drums/percussion): 11/2/73 - 2/19/74
Putter Smith (bass): 11/2/73 - 12/31/73
Bobby Figueroa (percussion/drums/vocals/electric piano): 3/15/74 - 7/31/74, 11/12/74 - 9/2/77, 7/15/78 - 11/1/81, 7/2/83 - 10/27/87
James Guercio (bass/vocals): 3/15/74 - 4/21/74, 8/23/74 - 8/10/75, 10/25/75 - 12/17/75
Don Lewis (synthesizer): 4/9/74 - 4/21/74
Ross Salmone (percussion/drums): 8/23/74 - 9/8/74
Ron Altbach (synthesizer/piano): 11/12/74 - 9/2/75, 7/2/76 - 9/6/76, 7/30/77 - 12/28/77
Elmo Peeler (synthesizer/piano): 10/25/75 - 12/17/75, 11/22/76 - 1/21/77
The Hornettes/Tornado: 7/2/76 - 6/25/78
Gary Griffin (organ/electric piano/piano/accordion): 10/14/77 - 5/28/78
Sterling Smith (piano): 2/16/78 - 4/30/79, 2/21/81
Wells Kelly (percussion/electric piano/drums): 2/16/78 - 6/25/78
Phil Shenale (synthesizer): 6/16/78 - 4/30/79
Mike Meros (keyboards): 3/1/79 - 3/4/79, 5/11/79 - 7/4/01
Tony Leo (percussion): 6/19/79 - 9/23/79?
Joe Chemay (bass/vocals): 3/19/80 - 7/5/80?
Ernie Knapp (bass): 5/1/81 - 5/15/82
Adrian Baker (vocals/guitar/electric piano): 6/4/81 - 11/1/81, 5/28/82 - 11/7/82, 8/2/90 - 9/27/92, 7/4/98 - 5/1/04
Jeff Foskett (vocals/guitar/percussion/mandolin): 12/24/81 - 7/4/90, 4/10/12 - 9/28/12, 5/23/14 - present
John Stamos (vocals/drums/percussion/guitar): 7/4/85 - present (select shows)
Matt Jardine (vocals/percussion): 6/23/88? - 6/27/98, 7/3/76, 6/18/83
Gerry Beckley (guitar/vocals): [early 1990]
Stanley T. Sitchell (guitar): 9/28/90? - 3/10/91???
John Renner (sax): [early spring/summer 1991]
Richie Cannata (sax/flute/percussion/keyboard): 7/23/91 - 11/16/97?, 7/4/98??? - 7/25/98???
Chris Farmer (bass/vocals): 10/19/95 - 10/13/07
Tim Bonhomme (keyboards/vocals): 3/11/96 - present
Phil Bardowell (guitar/vocals): 8/3/96 - 7/4/01
Scott Totten (guitar/vocals/bass/ukelele): 7/5/01 - present
John Cowsill (drums/percussion/vocals/keyboards): 7/5/01 - present
Randell Kirsch (bass/vocals/guitar): 5/21/04 - 4/1/12, 9/30/12 - present
Christian Love (vocals/guitar): 11/3/06 - 4/1/12, 9/30/12 - 5/11/14
Ambha Love (vocals): [pre-C50] [select shows]
Darian Sahanaja (keyboards/vocals/vibes/percussion): 4/10/12 - 9/28/12
Scott Bennett (keyboards/vocals/vibes/percussion): 4/10/12 - 9/28/12
Paul von Mertens (sax/flute/harmonica/clarinet/jew's harp): 4/10/12 - 9/28/12
Probyn Gregory (guitar/vocals/bass/trumpet/french horn): 4/10/12 - 9/28/12
Mike D'Amico (drums/bass/vocals): 4/10/12 - 9/28/12
Nelson Bragg (percussion/vocals): 4/10/12 - 9/28/12
Nicky Walusko (guitar/vocals): 4/10/12 - 9/28/12
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On our way through this "backstage" maze, Bruce joined up with the group and said hello, singing "It Never Rains in Southern California" and joking with some of the older ladies. I'm not sure if they knew he was a Beach Boy or simply an enthusiastic elderly gay gentleman.
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« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2015, 06:25:44 AM »

Here's a few additions/corrections:

John "Jack" Conrad (bass): 11/26/69-11/30/69
Tom Collier (percussion): 2/26/70-3/1/70
Joe Chemay was only with them through 6/21/80
Gary Griffin also toured with them in April of 2002 - and John Cowsill played rhythm guitar on that tour!
John Cowsill was in the band temporarily for a couple of gigs beginning 10/8/2000 (filling in on drums for Mike Kowalski), then back (to fill in vocally for Adrian Baker, on falsetto vocals and also percussion, from 12/28/2000-1/1/2001), before beginning his regular tenure (on piano) 7/5/01; he took over the drums after Kowalski's departure
Scott Totten was in the band temporarily from 12/28/2000-1/1/2001 (filling in for Adrian Baker on rhythm guitar/vocals), then back to start his regular tenure on 7/5/01 (replacing Phil Bardowell on lead guitar/vocals)
Brett Simons (bass): 2/12/2012 (the Grammys)
Nicky Walusko dropped out of the C50 tour after 6/8/12, for health reasons
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« Reply #2 on: January 25, 2015, 08:57:51 AM »

Come to think of it, the 2/12/12 Grammy date applies to most of the rest of Brian's band, as well.
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« Reply #3 on: January 25, 2015, 09:27:27 AM »

The break down of the musicians with the Horndogs and Hornettes?

Horndogs:

(This was the horn section for the Central Park show in 1971 (recorded on video)

Sal Marquez (flute, flugelhorn) - 1971
Roger Newman (horn) - 1971
Glenn Ferris (horn) - 1971
Mike Price (horn) - 1971

The Hornettes:

John Foss
Michael Andreas
Rod Novak
Charlie McCarthy
Lance Buller
Al Koholic
 

 
   
 
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« Reply #4 on: January 25, 2015, 10:31:08 AM »

Charlie McCarthy and Al Koholic are obviously pseudonyms (maybe because the members were under contract to another record label?).  Anyone have an idea who they really were?
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« Reply #5 on: January 25, 2015, 10:33:58 AM »

The Horn Dogs...GOTTA  L O V E  it.  LOL  And Al Koholic?  Geez Mikie.  That's perfect. LOL

I mean the only way it could be better is if 'Al' [K that is] was in the Horn Dogs.  Best horn section name EVER...Even better than The Tower Of Power [horn section]

Horn Dogs!!!  Man that's great. Cool Guy
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« Reply #6 on: January 25, 2015, 10:55:45 AM »

Frank Mayes played bari sax with the horn section at the July '71 shows.
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« Reply #7 on: January 25, 2015, 12:04:18 PM »

And of course, Bruce was a touring member starting in 1965, overlapping briefly with Glenn then replacing him on bass. Bruce didn't become official until 1967.

Also, is there a case to be made for Al Jardine? He rejoined in June '63 as a touring member, replacing Brian, and maybe didn't become official again until David Marks left at the end of Aug.
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« Reply #8 on: January 25, 2015, 12:22:35 PM »

What is the 1976 and 1983 reference for Matt?

Matt Jardine (vocals/percussion): 6/23/88? - 6/27/98, 7/3/76, 6/18/83
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« Reply #9 on: January 25, 2015, 12:42:21 PM »

What is the 1976 and 1983 reference for Matt?

Matt Jardine (vocals/percussion): 6/23/88? - 6/27/98, 7/3/76, 6/18/83

http://members.tripod.com/~fun_fun_fun/7-3-76.html
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« Reply #10 on: January 25, 2015, 12:42:36 PM »

What is the 1976 and 1983 reference for Matt?

Matt Jardine (vocals/percussion): 6/23/88? - 6/27/98, 7/3/76, 6/18/83

He showed up at the show they recorded for the "15 Big Ones" NBC special (at 10 years old!) and also at one show in 1983 to sing Runaway. I also have to add in some other dates like that, such as when Gary Griffin, Billy, and Bobby Figueroa guested during C50.

Thanks for the addition information, Mikie and c-man.
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« Reply #11 on: January 25, 2015, 12:51:20 PM »

Ok, but is that really a 'Touring Member'?

(I know....being an ass! LOL)
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« Reply #12 on: January 25, 2015, 01:18:28 PM »

Ok, but is that really a 'Touring Member'?

(I know....being an ass! LOL)

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On our way through this "backstage" maze, Bruce joined up with the group and said hello, singing "It Never Rains in Southern California" and joking with some of the older ladies. I'm not sure if they knew he was a Beach Boy or simply an enthusiastic elderly gay gentleman.
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« Reply #13 on: January 25, 2015, 01:28:13 PM »

What is the 1976 and 1983 reference for Matt?

Matt Jardine (vocals/percussion): 6/23/88? - 6/27/98, 7/3/76, 6/18/83

http://members.tripod.com/~fun_fun_fun/7-3-76.html

Then you should add 7/4/83. Smiley
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« Reply #14 on: January 25, 2015, 01:31:49 PM »

Ah well, 2 gigs in one year is a 'tour' I guess. Grin
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« Reply #15 on: January 25, 2015, 01:56:22 PM »

The Horn Dogs...GOTTA  L O V E  it.  LOL  And Al Koholic?  Geez Mikie.  That's perfect. LOL

I mean the only way it could be better is if 'Al' [K that is] was in the Horn Dogs.  Best horn section name EVER...Even better than The Tower Of Power [horn section]

Horn Dogs!!!  Man that's great. Cool Guy

Thanks for coming by, Lee!  I'll be here all week!

For the other Lee: The Horn Dogs and Charley McCarthy were for real.  I threw Al Koholic in there to see if anybody was reading my post!
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